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This is a discussion on Trim glue within the Appearance Section forums, part of the General Help category; Last night i had enough of the trim on the doors and decided to take it off. The only problem ...

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    Trim glue

    Last night i had enough of the trim on the doors and decided to take it off. The only problem with that is that some of the glue stayed behind. I am having some trouble taking it off anyone have any suggestions. I heard the WD40 will work.

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    No wd40!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    why no wd40??

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    not good for paint,...too caustic in my opinion.....try something from the auto store like a bug and tar remover made for clearcoat.

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    yea that was my next option. just dont have any at the house and was trying to save myself a trip to the junkyard, I mean autozone

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    Wd40 actually sets into the clear and will also cause a color change. Hair spray might work too. Works to get pen of leather and I have used it to get permant marker of a finished wood table.

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