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Removing the sticky stuff!!!!!

I have a 03 LX coupe and i just recently remove the "LX" letter on the back of my car. After take it out, it still have that black glue thing that was use to stick the LX sign to the car. I can't seem to get that stupid glue remove. I tried this stain remover call Goo-Gone, and that's was like the best stain remover too and it's still didn't work. How does that body shop take those crap out. Does anybody know how??
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AFTALYNE...you can get it at home depot, lowes or any other hardware or home improvement store
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i used goo-gone and this other stuff called muscle. it eventually came off, just gotta scrub each time you wash it. mine came off after a few washes.
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ya goo gone is good
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goo gone is the shizznit
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3m makes this stuff called general purpose adhesive remover. they sell it at auto parts stores (not autozones)
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3M make just about every little freakin thing i swear! im sure its good stuff though... i need to remove my lx badge and my civic badge. keepin the H though cuz i dont have money to be filling holes :-p
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I live by goo-gone for anything sticky I need to get rid of, havent been able to find anything better, plus it smells nice ...if you get the orange scented kind
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use a hairdryer to heat it up, then it should just wipe off with your fingers
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