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      06-28-2009, 11:10 AM   #1
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How to get hardened crazy glue off of rear bumper....

I accidently got a bit of crazy glue on the rear bumper of my 335. Any way to get it off without damaging the paint?

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Try WD40, Goo Gone or Goof Off (the one that's water based), you may need a plastic razor blade.
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Goo Gone and heat. Don't use WD40 on paint
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Goo Gone and heat. Don't use WD40 on paint

WD40 is fine on paint, your not letting it sit on the paint and dry.

http://www.wd40.com/uses-tips/category/car-truck/
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WD40 is fine on paint, your not letting it sit on the paint and dry.

http://www.wd40.com/uses-tips/category/car-truck/

From that link:

Removes paint rub caused by 9 vehicles

WTF?? How about 8 or 10?

"The uses of WD-40 described on this website were provided to WD-40 Company by end-users of the product, and do not constitute recommendations or suggestions for use of WD-40 by WD-40 Company. These uses, including the "Use of the Day," have not been tested by WD-40 Company."
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My wife just drove through a whole mess of fresh tar in her E46. I ran out of Bug and Tar Remover while cleaning it up, and WD-40 did a great job on the rest. I washed it off afterwards.
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i'd try 3M Adhesive Remover

detailersdomain.com sells it
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There is a product called Super Glue Remover. Better read the label to see if it's OK on paint though.
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Anything with an acetone base will remove super glue but you need to be careful with it around the paint.
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