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I am in the process of removing the vinyl lettering off of my van. the lettering is off but the residue remains:mad:
any tricks of the trade??? thanks.
btw, the lettering was LARGE
 

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thanks, just ordered 2
 

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Those eraser wheels work wonders.
 

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Couldnt see the link but if its the rubber wheel they work awsome
 

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Thanks, both goof off and goo gone didn't work very well. What type of tool do you use with the wheel? It has about a 5/16" thread on it
 

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i used WD-40 on mine and just scrubbed with a rag. Took all mine off, then took mean green and washed that part of the truck.
 

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Bump, whats the best tool to use these on, it has a stud on it with 5/16's x24, I tried my da but it no longer works and I'd think dual action wouldn't be good, plus they want you to keep rpms under 4g.
 

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use a cordless drill or air drill. they work the best with those erasers.
 

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did you just chuck it up on the threads?
 

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yeah. just put it as far as possible in the chuck and tighten down
 

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thanks
 

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yeah. just put it as far as possible in the chuck and tighten down
2nd that.

Seems like different sticker manufacturers use different glue, some will rub right off, some won't. Even the rubber wheel can have trouble, it will also burn the paint if you have to push hard.

Good luck!
 

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Are you talking about the glue? If so, try some 3M General Purpose Adhesive Remover, available at some auto parts stores. Much stronger than Goof-Off, and just as safe on paint. Certainly try this before you use anything abrasive like a removal wheel in a drill.
 
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