??? Would you like me to post a video? Or maybe my part time job at Midas is just a shady garage. What kinds did you use. We do it all the time, no problems whatsoever.Brake cleaner is not good for paint. I've removed paint just by spraying on a firewall. I didn't have to scrub it off, either.
What about a dremel polisher attachment. It's like a spinning cloth disc. If you can pull enough off by hand. The rest will come off with some compound and a light polisher.
Slow down I wasn't attacking. But yeah, it was SuperTech brake cleaner. I use it as a paint/grease remover and surface prep. What type of brake cleaner did you use???? Would you like me to post a video? Or maybe my part time job at Midas is just a shady garage. What kinds did you use. We do it all the time, no problems whatsoever.
yeah i was gonna say freezing is the best way to remove gum.Best way to remove gum off anything usually is to freeze it. Not very sticky when super cold. Maybe turn one of those cans of air upside down and blast it? Other than that, I agree GooGone works wonders.
Dude I worked at a theater for 2 years (prob easiest job I ever had). I know what you're talking about. There's a can of it around my place somewhere.yeah i was gonna say freezing is the best way to remove gum.
i used to work at a movie theater and when we got gum in the carpet, we had this spray that would freeze the gum. it was made up of propane, isobutane, and other extremely flammable gasses.... (lol ask me how i know) it worked very well, usually you could get all the gum out, it wouldn't leave a trace.
a can of compressed air, turned upside down may be cold enough to freeze it.