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Old 01-18-2010, 04:04 PM   #21
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I would not use acetone
or tolune, or Methyl Ethyl Keytone, or Xylene, Hexane, Dicloromethane/DCM

that last one is actually what is in paint remover

I'd stick to an alcahol as someone else mentioned, methanol, ethanol (everclear), or proponal (Isopropol alcohol) should work.

dong get any goo-gone on anything imho
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Ok I used the blow dryer and we 40 method and it worked for the most part. Took me an hour to get it off and some residue still remained. I used some rubbing compound and that took all of it off. Unfortuantely the spot is just a bit darker then the rest of the spot but it's not too noticable. I got 2 more stickers to go but I thInk I'm gonna leave it there after today. My fingernails need some resting
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