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Glue on seat fabric

I was filling up on gas today and looking in on my back window i noticed some white transparent stuff between the seat and the plastic where like the seat would seperate when i got home i got into the back to check it out and it seems to be glue it was stuck to the plastic but i was able to seperate it but its stuck to the fabric and i tried lifting it up a little and i think its picking up some of the fabric. i dont understand why its there i did goto honda the other week to get a oil change and had to get a reverse light changed something about ground pin is messed up on the reverse lights not sure if they did it but dont know why they would use glue. Anyone know a way to get rid of the glue? without messing up the fabric too much the glue is like 2 or 3 inches wide and about 1/4 of an inch deep it like that hot glue or acrylic glue
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in the back seat? you positive it is glue? wouldnt be touching it and picking at it if ya know what i mean.
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im thinking about just taking my soldering iron and melt the glue down and try to remove much of it as possible
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did you try products like goo-gone and such?
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im thinking about just taking my soldering iron and melt the glue down



are you nuts??

your gonna burn a whole in the fabric...use goo-gone or carpet cleaner
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i got rid of most of the glue with a soldering iron nah j/k :P i waited for a hot day and it got the glue soft and i got most of it off was too hot to pull the thin layer of glue off but now im gonna try the goo gone think i should wait again for it to get soft before i use it?
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you could use a hair dryer to warm it up a bit
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