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    Duck Tape

    When i bought the car it had duck tape on a panel i fixed the panel but the tape left a residue on the plastic anyone have any ideas on taking this off without scratching at the panel?

    #2
    Try Goo Gone. Should be able to get it at Canadian Tire, Walmart, etc.

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      #3
      go to advanced and get an adhesive remover. I got a 3M one to get some glue-gunk off of my car a while back.

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        #4
        Originally posted by hammeredteg90 View Post
        Try Goo Gone. Should be able to get it at Canadian Tire, Walmart, etc.
        careful b/c that stuff can melt plastic pretty quick.

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          #5
          Go to Staples and other similar office supply outfits. Elmers has this product for taking out adhesive residue. So far, I have to come across a type of plastic that melts with this.

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            #6
            Yea I think goof off or paint thinner might be the stuff that eats plastics. Goo gone is essentially scented oil.
            Can try cooking oil while u are at it. Try a hidden part of the panel first in case oil leaves a wet mark.

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              #7
              soap and water with elbow grease should come off if not try goo gone

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                #8
                Originally posted by icemanGSR View Post
                careful b/c that stuff can melt plastic pretty quick.
                Goo Gone eats up plastic? Are you sure about this? If so, never knew that.. I thought it was very safe for anything..

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                  #9
                  WD40
                  it has a solvent in it

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                    #10
                    well i tried to use soap and water NO LUCK. any other ideas where i dont gotta waste money lol

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                      #11
                      Like others said on this thread. Goo Gone or Wd

                      After that give it a car wash and clay

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                        #12
                        Yeah others said use goo be gone. but there is about 2 ppl posting that it will eat plastic. AS OTHERS SEEN

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                          #13
                          OR USE wd-40. You shouldn't always go by what other people say in here. I've learn that by experience.

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                            #14
                            Goo Gone does not in any shape, way or form eat plastic.. I use it all the time on my plastic. Pour a little on the tip of your finger and rub from gentle to aggressive, the left over duct tape will disintegrate literally in seconds. Wipe with a clean dry cloth a presto chango you have a duct tape free surface..

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