goo gone

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  1. dman090

    dman090 Platinum Member

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    am i the only one that thinks goo gone is total bullshit?

    im trying to remove my door trim and goo gone isnt getting ANY of that residue off my ddoor

    any one kno of sumthing better to use?
     
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    Heat it and rub your knob over it. Oops I meant finger lol

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    Which goo gone u using? Gel or liquid? Cuz the gell sucks
     
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    is it really for vehicle's surfaces?
     
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    i use gasoline, yes they say it eats your paint, but worked fine for me for 2yrs...just dont leave it there...wash it off when ur done
     
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    anything alcohol based will work. laquer thinner works well or paint reducer even nail polish will work.
     
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    You mean nail polish remover? haha

    I was going to recommend that as well, but didn't know if he was using it on plastic or paint.
     
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    goo gone, liquid worked a little bit but i still have residue, gasoline costs too much to use
     
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    I use goo gone for everything worked great for me u jus have to reapply a lot and also use some elbow grease
     
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    im using the goo gone spray gel, havent tried gasoline yet
     
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    cool, gotta get dirty to make it work
     

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