Glue Removal

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Darkblade
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Glue Removal

Post by Darkblade »

Hi everyone,

I'm not sure what/when it happened, but after a 2 hour long journey I came back to find the door trim missing (assume due to the bodged adhesion technique it fell on whilst driving).

But I now how the task of removing said glue, I'm not sure on the type of glue, it is extremely stubborn.

Any help would be appreciated.
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J_Con
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Re: Glue Removal

Post by J_Con »

You could always try soaking some applicator pads in autosmart tardis which is easy to get a hold of and leave them to soak into it or if you feel confident enough use a toffee wheel on a drill to see how you get on


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Dale79
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Re: Glue Removal

Post by Dale79 »

Toffee wheel on a drill will remove it with ease
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