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Old 07-11-2017, 12:26 PM   #6
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Try and get your hands on some Autosmart Tardis. Soak a make-up pad with it, and leave on the residue. It may take some time to take effect, just keep checking it.

In any case, go gently. You don't want to damage your boot lid and have to get it painted.

I hope you get sorted.

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I did exactly this and it worked after 3-4 hits. There was a tiny amount of glue/foam left so heated carefully with heat gun and hand technique (if too hot for your hand, it’s too hot for paint) then pulled the final bits off using blutak.


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