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About Jasper_Spyder

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    Northern California
  • Porsche Club
  • Present cars
    1999 Boxster
  • Future cars
    Cayman or 993
  • Former cars
    1984 Porsche 944, 1969 Triumph GT6, 1969 VW Camper Van, 1969 Mustang Mach 1, 1979 Mercedes 300SD Panzer
  1. I removed my Boxster script yesterday and there was probably 80% of the adhesive left behind. I couldn't locate 3M in my area but I did find Goo Gone. If I were to do this over again I would make sure I had the 3M Adhesive remover on hand as I suspect it would have worked better (I have yet to be disappointed in a 3M product on my cars). The Goo Gone worked but I had to apply it to a small amount on the adhesive and let it soak for about 10 minutes, remove what adhesive I could and re-apply it to the same area. I worked in stages on the glue and it took close to an hour with wait time and careful peeling to remove all of it. I should add that the temp was in the high 60s and I didn't use a hair dryer. the "low" temps probably played a part in the adhesive not being difficult. I will say this... Porsche uses some **** good adhesive. The 3M might be twice as expensive (or more) but I would gladly pay the premium to save time and frustration.
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