Goo Gone on exterior of car?

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  1. Enthos

    Enthos OT's Resident Who Fan

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    Will this affect the paint in anyway? I asked people I work with ( I work at lowes) and they said that it would remove the badge residue, just dont let it set and to wax it afterwards. I also looked around and they said the same thing.
     
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    After you use it, wash the area, then rewax.
     
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    sweet... thanks. use a soft cloth to, am i correct on that? would a microfiber cloth be ok for that?
     
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    Nothing but microfiber should touch your paint.
     
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    just double checking. Thanks :bowdown:
     
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    THT The easy way is always mined

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    Works well on bugs splatter too. I know others use a separate product but I keep things simple.
     
  7. MartyFukstein

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    Goo gone is fine.

    You'd be surprised how durable clearcoat is.

    You can take a rag and wipe your car down with paint thinner 4, 5, 6 times and it won't ruin your paint.

    However, throw a piece of bologna on your hood...and it peels up the clear and basecoat within a few hours.
     
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    THT The easy way is always mined

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    And some people eat that stuff :noes:
     
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    i use paint reducer for years now, work quick never had a problem with any clear coat. removes tar quick, just have to protect after.
     
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    I use lighter fluid its cheaper per gallon

    kerosene would also be ok
     

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