Hey guys what’s works best for removing graphic glue?

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6/5/2021 4:36 PM

I’ve never found anything that works very for removing old graphic glue residual. Thanks in advance! Frog

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6/5/2021 4:38 PM

Frog #1 wrote:

I’ve never found anything that works very for removing old graphic glue residual. Thanks in advance! Frog

when in doubt brake clean

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6/5/2021 4:41 PM
Edited Date/Time: 6/5/2021 4:45 PM

WD-40. Spray it on and let it soak for 5-10 minutes. After that just wipe it clean.

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6/5/2021 4:58 PM

-MAVERICK- wrote:

WD-40. Spray it on and let it soak for 5-10 minutes. After that just wipe it clean.

Agreement with Mav on this one.

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6/5/2021 5:06 PM

None of the above. Use the graphics you took off to dab the left over glue. It will stick to the old stickers and come right off.

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6/5/2021 5:10 PM

Mineral turps and patience.

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6/5/2021 5:16 PM

Gasket remover also works

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6/5/2021 5:18 PM

Goo-gone

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6/5/2021 5:30 PM

Like Mav said good ol WD40

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6/5/2021 5:43 PM

Plain old gasoline on a paper towel. Get the p. towel almost dripping wet with gas, rub gently.

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6/5/2021 6:35 PM

Heat gun.

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6/5/2021 7:00 PM

MEK will take it right off but will dull any graphics it touches. Be sure to wear rubber gloves.

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6/5/2021 7:20 PM

Gas on a paper towel will take it off in seconds

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6/5/2021 8:18 PM

Why? Just buy new plastics.

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6/5/2021 8:31 PM

3M General Purpose Adhesive Cleaner

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6/5/2021 8:46 PM

Rag and Gas

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6/5/2021 9:58 PM

Contact cleaner

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6/6/2021 12:29 AM

Starting fluid

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6/6/2021 12:33 AM

Tar and glue remover

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6/6/2021 2:01 AM

The best thing is denatured alcohol, the blue tin from ACE or other big box stores like Home Depot. Goo gone does actually leave a residue that makes your next graphics not stick as well. Contact cleaner also doesnt let the graphics stick as well. Brake cleaner is way overkill and will ruin any gloss shine on your plastics and take em back to matte. Acetone works really well but the stickiness for your new set isn’t as good as it would be if you’d used the denatured alcohol. I’ve done lots and lots of tests on this, these are my firsthand findings.

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6/6/2021 3:03 AM

Nothing beats eucalyptus oil put it on a rag and wipe of any old glue then warm soap to wipe the oil of you’ll be done in minutes.

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6/6/2021 6:26 AM

Pee on it

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6/6/2021 6:47 AM

Warm them up with a hair dryer as you peel, the glue will stay on the graphic.

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6/6/2021 7:40 AM

Glue absorbs wd40.

Spray on.

Drink 1 beer. Possibly 2 if you want.

Wipe clean. Effortlessly.

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6/6/2021 8:52 AM

Gas works...I know I know...I shouldn’t use it to clean air filters and chains either.

But mostly use WD40 these days...

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6/6/2021 8:58 AM

Charcoal lighter fluid.
It evaporates slowly so works longer than other fluids, and won't dull finishes. Also much safer than volatile fluids.

Soak a rag, and lay it over the area and let it sit.

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6/6/2021 9:04 AM

zylene. WD40 is an oil and as such you will have to get it all off to apply more graphics.

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6/6/2021 12:51 PM

Marine product called AntiBond blows everything mentioned away for removing adhesives. Downside is its expensive. Even take prints off jerseys…

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6/6/2021 4:34 PM

Goo gone or other adhesive removers work good but you then need to use denatured alcohol or an isopropyl alcohol mix to remove the film or else your new graphics will not stick.

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6/6/2021 5:24 PM

I second the Goo Gone.

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