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glue off paint??
Hi all,
Blunder :ymblushing: made here. I had too much loaded on my trunk rack (couple of folding lawn chairs), and one of the screws loosened out, letting the wind to put pressure on the chairs ripping the others loose. This resulted in some cracks in the lid of the trunk.
Now I'm doing what should have been done in the first place and reattaching the trunk rack using large diameter washers ,both sides, along with rubber to absorb the vibration. I knew this before but procrastination :oops: has a way of catching up with me.
My problem is that once I had the trunk rack completely removed and saw the cracks I decided to "crazy -glue" the cracks to stop further elongation. I applied too much glue. The resulting excess ran dowh the slope of the trunk ,which I quickly wiped off. This has dried into a large dull spot that I'd like to fix up if possible.
Any ideas out there as to how to remove the dried glue without removing the paint??
If you ate today ,thank a farmer!!
#1 07-15-2010, 05:55 AM,
Some stuff called Goo-Off works great but it will take the wax off too so you'll have to re-wax. It's OK on the plastic and clear coat.
#2 07-15-2010, 06:16 AM,
Thanks!! Got some here at Home Depot. It's called Goof Off in Canada. Works a treat . Thanks again KnoxSwift!!!
If you ate today ,thank a farmer!!
#3 07-16-2010, 04:08 PM,

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