Mar 13, 2013 - I spent two weekends scraping off the stripe kit from my Ram pickup..ran from bottom of grille across the hood and up over the roof. Been on for over seven years..believe me it wasn't easy but heat gun-goo gone- fingernails did the trick.
Jan 8, 2013 - whatever dude, your product is nearly transparent. pay big $ for a compound solution that is 90% water.
Dec 11, 2012 - I couldn't agree with you more.
Hector Rodriguez Says:
Aug 24, 2012 - I would not recommend doing this ... but carb cleaner removes adhesive very well... like on appliances such as washers and dryers and painted surfaces similar to those..
Aug 7, 2012 - I've used this & many other chemicals. Rapid Remover is the best. Even better than 3M. I don't think it will hurt any surface. I've used it on laminate, paint, powder coat, stone, etc. Not just for auto decals. Pretty much any decal you peel off will leave behind residue. Other products loosen the glue. This neutralizes it. I removed large decals from a laminated cabinet. Sprayed this on, waited 90 seconds & scraped off in 1 pass with a plastic putty knife. Other stuff just made mess!
Farah Bleu Says:
Jul 20, 2012 - Great video. I have car magnets that I will need to apply to my car with an adhesive being that I just realized that my car doors are polymer and not steel like the hood, roof, and trunk of my car. What adhesive do you recommend is safe for my car doors to apply the car door magnets I have?
Jun 16, 2012 - i have been detailing for 20 years, have you ever tried to remove stickers that have been on a car for years in the sun. they wont peel off in one strip. they break. the rubber wheel is the only way to remove stickers that have been on there for years
Jun 6, 2012 - I will 2nd the question how old is the lettering a good 5 or 6 minutes
Jun 5, 2012 - there was a very large camaro decal that needed removing which was was on a 2000 white camaro for 12 YEARS on the bottom of both the driver and passenger doors, a hair dryer, a microfiber towel, a tiny bit of goo-gone, and some tender love and care gets it done perfect
Michael Beattie Says:
Dec 12, 2011 - I have a trailer with 8 year old decals. Ill let you try it on there. If it works you have yourself a selling video and I have a clean trailer.
Nov 26, 2011 - You use turpentine and your paint will come off too, same with lacquer thinner or acetone. If you use gasoline it will dry the body of the paint over time. You can use kerosene, mineral spirits, naptha or lighter fluid (which is mostly naptha mixed with benzine to make it flash easier) as they are oily based solvents. Goo Gone is a little rough on paint especially on the clear coat.
Sep 4, 2011 - My main concern is to not damage my customers car. Speed is secondary.
Jul 8, 2011 - Do you have advice on removing old lettering decal glue on a canvas awning ? I'm worried the solvent might hurt the awning .
Mar 22, 2011 - so where can we get that sprat at??
Feb 10, 2011 - All I can say is use a heat gun and goof off and your good for stripping 10 year old vinyl, which I just did today
jordan kameron Says:
Dec 18, 2010 - SPIT THE BLOODY CHEWING GUM OUT
May 28, 2010 - Just depends on how hard you like to work!
May 28, 2010 - sure, goo whatever and a lot of work will do it eventually.
May 28, 2010 - A couple weeks, long enough that it left the adhesive when removed, but then you can see that ,right?
Apr 23, 2010 - Try one that have been on 10 years!!!....not so easy.
Jan 6, 2010 - yeah it had been on there what??? ten minutes???
Dec 21, 2009 - For adhesive, you can just use um.... Goo Gone too, get it at your local $.99 store. Right?
Jul 28, 2009 - Karnage 542, who would screw up the paint on a 08 Hummer for this ???thousands of monthly customers will back it up, ask at signs101 or letterville.
Grip time man!
Jul 23, 2009 - We have no formal test results on carbon fiber, though its safe for use with fiberglass, polycarbonate (when following time restraints) so a test on inconspicous area would answer your question.
I'm sure it would be safe to use.
Roger demonstrates just how easy it is to remove Vinyl Graphics from the side of a Hummer H2 with the right tools and Rapid Remover Adhesive Remover More
Roger demonstrates just how easy it is to remove Vinyl Graphics from the side of a Hummer H2 with the right tools and Rapid Remover Adhesive Remover Less
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