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Removing Adhesive Trim

Carefully remove the strips and use some General Purpose Adhesive Cleaner/Remover by 3M. Just pour a little onto a rag and rub it into the adhesive that's left over. Let it sit for about a minute and use a terry cloth towel to remove what the remover has eaten through using a buffing motion. Repeat this and the adhesive will come off without damaging the paint. Be sure to use some rubber gloves and work outside or in a well ventilated garage. After you've removed all of the adhesive you should wax the areas throughly to give it a good shine. I've had good luck with the green Turtle Wax paste and Classic Quick Wax.


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