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Posted: 05/27/20 07:03pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

How do I get it off? Our camper is two years old now and I never bothered to get residue off from a sticker that I guess was on it at the dealer. I'm sure GooGone will get it off but I'm scared it could damage the clear coat. Any thoughts?

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goo gone. works wonders.


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w-d 40 will take it off

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Posted: 05/27/20 07:24pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Professional goof off


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Having tried quite a few including all that have been mentioned here so far I have found that Rapid Remover out performs them all and wont damage the clear coat.


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Acetone, Lacquer thinner, many expensive products for cleaning.


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3M automotive adhesive remover spray can used as per instructions.

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Posted: 05/28/20 05:30am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

donkeydew wrote:

w-d 40 will take it off


X2......and you probably already have some!


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Thanks all. I figured all of the above would work but was concerned they would damage the clear coat. I have a few of the above around the house so I'll try them sparingly and see how it goes. Thanks again!

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Depends what the siding is. Aluminum powder coat, be more careful. Painted or gel coat surfaces, acetone or anything weaker than that won't damage anything.
FLat razor blade will scrape off most of it.
Options ot remove the rest of the residue, everything mentioned so far, or an eraser wheel if you have a bunch to do or the right situation needing that.


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