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Old 03-13-2006, 04:09 PM   #1
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adhesive remover

is there an adhesive remover that does not remove wax?

i want to debadge my car but i dont want to mess up the wax and i dont want to rewax the area.
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when i debadged most of the adhesive just came off when i rubbed it.

after i just washed and waxed...

other members used 3MM adhesive remover, or bug and tar remover...hope this helps.
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would goo gone work?
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Yes, but it is going to remove wax. There is no solvent that i know of that will remove adhesives and not wax. It is only a small section. Just re apply wax to the areas you de-badge. It will only take a couple of minutes. If you need some pointers let me know.

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i used tar and bug remover. i think i might have to wax it now...
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you would be correct :-)

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