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Old 06-14-2011, 11:48 AM
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Gorilla Glue on Paint

Just in case this happens to anyone else I figured I would let you know how I removed gorilla glue from my paint.

To start things off, I walked out to my car after work and someone had dripped Gorilla Glue on multiple cars. I think mine got it the worst. I had foam from the hood all the way to the trunk. (I wish I would have taken pictures).

So I got home and it was still a little gooey, I washed it and power washed the spots but nothing happened. I let the glue dry for about 2 days after that and then washed again. This time a few small pieces started to come off.

Then I pulled my clay bar our and it took it off with so much ease. I was amazed.

So if this ever happens to you let it dry and use a clay bar to remove it.

Now I just need to find out who it was and strangle them!
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Old 06-14-2011, 12:59 PM
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Thanks this is something we should all be aware of, and evidantly it didn't damage your paint....right? Good thing it wasn't "SuperGlue!"
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Absolutely no damage was done. I think that if my car was already wet (raining or snowing) then it would have been a different story since Gorilla Glue has a reaction with water to make it stronger.

If it were super glue or it damaged my paint... lets just say whoever did it would need awesome health insurance.
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prep solvent should take it off with ease as well .
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wow, the nerve of some people. JEALOUS, Nice info though thanks bro.
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