Discussion in 'The Garage' started by k20, Oct 16, 2002.
Ok, real quick question, can goo gone (citrusy smellin stuff) be used on paint? thanks
Yes, you should have no problems with Goo Gone on paint. I have used it to take stickers off painted stuff with no problem. As always, if you are nervous about it, test it in a less obvious area to see if you will have any problems.
Yep, I used it to take the adhesive from my rubber moulding off with no problems. Goof Off works too.
aight, thanks guys, since the /forums/images/graemlins/truck.gif is gettin close to being driveable, i gotta start cleanin it up. /forums/images/graemlins/grin.gif
Yeah, go ahead and use Goo Gone on painted surfaces. It's citrus based. It works pretty well for what you're talking about. Just make sure you DON'T use Goof Off. Names are kind of similar, but Goof Off is solvent based and will dissolve the paint in no time.
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