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Going to take off all the plastidip on my car, to redo it a lot better this spring. Most areas will be fine as I apply heavy, but some areas are very thin and will be a PITA to rub off.

Plastidip has a "Dip Dissolver" product that I figured was just goo gone or WD40 like.

My question is; is goo gone bad for the paint/clearcoat? It's mostly my trim that it will be on, but might get some drip/overspray on the paint. While I'm at it, anyone have any clever ways to remove a good amount of dip from tough areas?

And just as my 2 cents because this is 1/2 the reason I'm redoing the dip.......when you wax your car, don't get wax on the dip :eusa_clap:
 

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Goo Gone does not harm the finish.....usually used to clean off remaining residue from stickers/decals and whatnot.

Rob
 

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i always get the automotive goo gone. i've used it many times for getting the adhesive off after debadging...works great and doesn't harm the finish.
 
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