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Old 11-01-2007, 04:57 PM   #1
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Taking stickers off bike, Goop b gone?

I took the stickers off my bike and used goop b gone for the glue. It worked on everywhere except the tank. Any suggestions?

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I used a blowdryer to get sticker off but it still left the glue.
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rubbing compound and elbow grease...
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watch out....that goof off stuff will eat through your clearcoat if you're not careful.

i usually get some "wax and grease remover" and soak a paper towel with it.....leave the paper towel on the stuff to get removed so it get's saturated...after about a min or two.....i'll wipe the stuff clean off

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use ice in a washcloth or towel.. get it cool and roll it off.. worked for me.
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i'm not guessing either....or talking because i did it once.....i have to remove these factory stickers all the time. so i know what i'm doing.
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will not work......might as well use elbow grease and soapy water, you'll have the same outcome
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watch out....that goof off stuff will eat through your clearcoat if you're not careful.

i usually get some "wax and grease remover" and soak a paper towel with it.....leave the paper towel on the stuff to get removed so it get's saturated...after about a min or two.....i'll wipe the stuff clean off

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I'm amazed it can get through the clear coat when I can't even get through the glue.
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Old 11-01-2007, 05:07 PM   #13
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tony would know, he is a painter... and yes tony, she is HOTT!!!!
try the WD-40, it really works for everything... soak a towel with it and set it on top of the sticker for a few minutes, come back and it should come off pretty easily
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grease remover like the orange hand cleaner?
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No, they sell it at Wal-Mart, usually where the "Bug and Tar" remover is in the automotive section. Otherwise, you can get it at a parts store that sells automotive paint. It will be called "Wax and Grease Remover".


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ok, thanks for the clarification!
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Oh yeah, looks like you may have scuffed or scratched the clearcoat a bit too, but don't fret, it can be rubbed/ buffed out looks like.
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The wax/ grease remover I use is sold at my automotive paint supplier, and is expensive. Not to mention, you usually can't buy it in small quantities.
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I guess I'll go by the auto place and see what they have. I know I did scratch it, but the whole bikes needs a good buffing, lol.
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