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Old 02-09-2013, 12:45 PM   #1
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How do i get this off?

How do it get this off
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Old 02-09-2013, 12:48 PM   #2
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The door edge guard? It's likely held on with double sided tape. Gently, carefully, slowly pry it up. Warming it with a heat gun will help.

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Just rub it for 5 minutes
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Is that the foot from Mr Deeds on the left?
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The door edge guard? It's likely held on with double sided tape. Gently, carefully, slowly pry it up. Warming it with a heat gun will help.
Ok man thanks I'm a little green haha and lets see if you know the answer to this one haha there is over spray on my fender how can I get it off? (Black on silver )
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Ok man thanks I'm a little green haha and lets see if you know the answer to this one haha there is over spray on my fender how can I get it off? (Black on silver )
Fender, or plastic fender flare? Oh, you said silver, so you mean on the paint. Try some acetone (carefully) or carb cleaner on a rag. Just make sure you wax it after. I had over spray all over my hood (don't ask) and was able to clean it all off, but it took a while. Re-waxed, and you can't tell it ever happened. The over spray was only a day or so old, though.
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Is that the foot from Mr Deeds on the left?
The black foot!!!
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Is that the foot from Mr Deeds on the left?
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Yep double sided tape. I had to put mine back on last year.
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Fender, or plastic fender flare? Oh, you said silver, so you mean on the paint. Try some acetone (carefully) or carb cleaner on a rag. Just make sure you wax it after. I had over spray all over my hood (don't ask) and was able to clean it all off, but it took a while. Re-waxed, and you can't tell it ever happened. The over spray was only a day or so old, though.
Ok thanks man I appreciate it!!
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Old 02-09-2013, 01:18 PM   #12
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Any pointers on how to get the double sided tape off?
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Old 02-09-2013, 01:19 PM   #13
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Any pointers on how to get the double sided tape off?
Heat or goo gone.
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Heat, goo gone, patience. The end of a plastic windshield spoon is very handy.
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I've found Goof Off or Turtle Wax glue/sticker remover works best. Just makes sure you wipe it all off.
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WD-40 does wonders on residue...Try it on the over spray also, not as harsh as other chemicals on paint.. ...
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WD-40 does wonders on residue...Try it on the over spray also, not as harsh as other chemicals on paint.. ...
This is true, and if I had had any WD40 on hand, I would have tried it. But, since WD40 has so few effective uses, I don't keep any around.
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Just order another entry guard and put it on top of old adhesive
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Just order another entry guard and put it on top of old adhesive
Wont stick as well
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Just order another entry guard and put it on top of old adhesive
It won't fit or bond well
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Just order another entry guard and put it on top of old adhesive
I sincerely hope that you're kidding.

You can take fishing line and use it like a saw to get the guard off. It'll cut the adhesive pretty fast.
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Incase anyone wanted to see this is how it turned out!
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