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Need to remove DOT tape.

Looking for the best way to remove DOT tape off of several trailers without harming the paint.

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A heat gun (careful, some heat guns will remove paint!), or 1200 or higher wattage hair drier held over the tape while sliding a putty knife under the paint is the best method. The heat softens the adhesive and makes the tape easier to remove without damaging the paint. You'll still likely have to go back with lighter fluid and a cotton cloth to remove the adhesive still stuck to the paint. Don't use acetone or paint thinners, they attack the paint!

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