...there is that sticky residue, does anyone know how to get rid of it?
Window cleaner, thinners, petrol, metho, turps, kero, 'goo remover' anything really, put some on a rag, and rub...
If you use petrol or thinners or something strong smelling, spray some deoderant in the car afterwards, or let it air out for a bit,
sticky tape.. like your missus is waxing her legs. Not even joking
Eucalyptus oil works and smells not to bad.
DRINKING DOESN"T CAUSE HANGOVERS, WAKING UP DOES!!!
yeah eucalyptus or tea tree oil works well
wax and grease remover. Otherwise a sharp blade out of your stanley knife is always good
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Just a warning to all - be very careful with Presol, Thinners, Metho etc - we have had a number of calls/emails from guys that have used these and accidentally got some on the dash or plastics, the solvents took the colour out of the plastic fading it from black to light grey in areas. Unfortunately this not correctable once the dye from the plastics has been removed...
Also had a call from another guy that used thinners to take of his rego sticker, but the sticker was on a side window that had tint film on it! Obvious I know but tint film doesn't like harsh solvents either...
Last edited by Car Care Products; 06-05-2010 at 02:34 PM. Reason: addition
the brown QLD rego stickers are soooo bad! Heaps of people can not get theirs off, even with the ol hair dryer!
wd40 has never failed me and didnt dammage the tint on my old car... but i was also very carefull
Wrecking VL factory V8 only a few bits left still have full dash/crash pad
and have a vk 202 motor and 5 speed Make an offer want it gone
$2 degreaser from supercrapauto and a rag. Just don't get it any where near painted plastics.