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How do I get foam, glue, off the roof of a truck that had a camper cabover bunk?

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Try heat from a hairdryer and a wooden spatchler so not to scratch the paint...

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  • Henry Alicea Nov 12, 2013

    rub a little wd40 on glue let it sit it will break down the glue or goofoff

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