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Old 09-08-2010, 10:07 PM   #1
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How to get superglue off from the car (exterior)?

So I spill some superglue on the side of the car, it dried up and forming white stuff and is impossible to take off. I've try tar/bug spray, and etc etc. But that stuff just won't come off. Any idea what I should do? Thx
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maybe some wd-40
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wax and grease remover then wash the panel after because that shit is strong cdn tire sells them
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wax and grease remover then wash the panel after because that shit is strong cdn tire sells them
Are you talking about this? http://www.canadiantire.ca/AST/brows....jsp?locale=en

yeah no shit that shit is strong as hell, I wash many time and use towel with bug/tar remover, shit never come off. I'll try some wd40 too, but don't know if that's safe for the body...
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you can buy de-ca. it removes superglue
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you can buy de-ca. it removes superglue
what is that, can you link me to the product please. I'm thinking about sanding it off now....
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i work in a bodyshop and to clean the panels we use wash and wipe(you could find this in lordco) its not strong as the wax and grease remover but it gets the job done
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wd40 is fine on your car and you will be amazed at what it is able to remove
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