its not a good idea to use a lot of it or extened rubbing... but I've seen paint thinner clear up some what would other wise be a total pain to remove things from paint. as long as the clear coat is intact its not gonna be a problem.
I tried rubbing alcohol on sticky stuff...that worked pretty well. Didn't do anything besides remove a shit load of dirt still stuck on my paint. Be careful, rubbing too hard with that can eventually wear at the clear coat (it takes some work)
__________________ 1996 318i
5 Speed Manual
Alpine CDA-7895 Head Unit
12" Alpine Type-R, sealed box
Pioneer 400w amp for $20 at a yard sale (to replace my fried MRV-1507)
Infinity Kappa 4" 2-way speakers(rear)
Infinity Kappa 5.25" component speakers(front)
Debaffled airbox, K&N filter
Tracked Mud on carpets
Shampooed and cleaned carpets
i don't know,, but i have always loved the smell of gasoline...
or if gasoline is no good, then maybe try an alternative like vinegar??
don't mess around with acetone, as it may work well but have other issues?? :wink
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