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Can anyone advise me on a safe way to remove the residual adhesive left after removing vinyl Reg. #'s.

Also- any word on Registration sticker removal would be appreciated as well. (They are a B%$&* to get off....hair dryer ain't cuttin it)

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Goo Gone works great. WalMart carries it in a varity of sprays, gels, etc. A hairdryer works great to pull off the decal, then use the Goo Gone to clean up any left over sticky stuff. I've used WD-40 in a pinch, followed by Glass Cleaner too.
 

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I always had good luck with 3M adheasive remover. Kind of smells like lighter fluid to me but does a great job, and have had no problems with it harming the gel, or any painted surface. I get mine at our local Napa.
 

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Sacandaga said:
Goo Gone works great. WalMart carries it in a varity of sprays, gels, etc. A hairdryer works great to pull off the decal, then use the Goo Gone to clean up any left over sticky stuff. I've used WD-40 in a pinch, followed by Glass Cleaner too.
Good call on the Goo Gone,


I just did mine last week and did not have Goo Gone with me...I used Wd40 and glass cleaner on one side (worked fine) but used McGuire's step 1 paint cleaner on the other side (also worked great)
 

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3M Adhesive Remover first choice (Auto Body Supply Shop, check yellow pages)
Goo-Gone second choice (Home Depot or Lowes)
 

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Thanks to all.........#'s and prior Reg. sticker have been removed with new #'s being installed on Weds.
 
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