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well i shaved off my lx emblem and when it came off the X was fine but the L part left behind this thick gray looking goo that won't come off. i tired heating it, water, goo gone, rag, what else could i do?






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Acetone will remove adhesive, but I don't know what it does to paint.......................[IMG]i/expressions/face-icon-small-confused.gif[/IMG]
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I used 'Professional Strength Label & Sticker Remover". After a couple of applications and some warm water, I was able to sctrach off the goo with my finger nail.... and make sure you wax after you do that.
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WD-40

You can even try polish. Klasse all-in-one would do it...

Wd-40 should take care of it though.
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AFTALENE from home depot will remove it.
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yeah, like mbow said, WD-40 should work. he suggested that to me for removing my pinstripe and it worked great.
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Acetone works good, but give WD40 a shot!
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