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masking tape glue?

what have you guys used to removed masking tape glue? most all of it came off but i have some spots where the glue stuck to the paint. is there anything other than goo gone? its on new aftermarket paint if it makes a difference.

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Re: masking tape glue?

Turtle wax tar and bug remover. Give that a shot.
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WD-40 works well.

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Re: masking tape glue?

or that goof off stuff...........but WD's alot cheaper.
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Re: masking tape glue?

Good friend owns a car lot, they use lacquer thinner to take stuff off, put it on a rag and rub it off.

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Re: masking tape glue?

im afraid to use thinner because it is aftermarket paint without a clearcoat. i'll try wd-40. thanks

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Re: masking tape glue?

3m also makes a good one.
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3m also makes a good one.
3M General Purpose Adhesive Remover is *awesome* stuff! Worth having in the garage for much more than just detailing.

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WD-40 works well.


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