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How to remove OEM accessories

I have an aftermarket hood scoop attached with OEM. Whats the best way to remove it without damaging the paint finish?

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Well go to wal-mart get some goo gone very carefully with a razor get under the adhesive apply goo gone as it lets go work slowly with razor being careful of the paint continue until removed the use goo gone to remove remaining adhesive use a little polishing compound then apply wax

Posted on Feb 10, 2009

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