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    I removed the old carpet from the plastic door panel. Any ideas what to use to remove the old glue, so I can repaint with SEM product? Thanks in advance for your help.

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    No idea :(

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    sorry man, can't help you out with that one.

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    My wife seen a video online using olive oil. We are giving that a try. Plan to wash with Dawn dish soap after words. Then prep with the SEM plastic prep. Before applying the SEM light oak.it's looking good after the olive oil.
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    Have you tried the product called Goo-Gone? Maybe it's (Goo-B-Gone), works real well!! Won't leave a residue.

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    I have tried it for different situations and it didn't seem to be getting it done. That's the reason we tried the olive oil .

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    Try 3M Adhesive Remover. I have used to to removed the adhesive glue on trunk and door seals. Check some of your local automotive retailers, they may have it.

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    Thank Frosty. I used olive oil, which worked nicely. Then used Dawn dish soap to get the oil off. The painted it with SEM light oak. It came out looking great.

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    I am glad you had great results. I had not heard of using olive oil before. I will have to add that to my bag of tricks.
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    glad to hear that it all came out looking good for you. I will have to remember that little trick, thanks for passing on the info.


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