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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by D3VST8R96GT, Dec 21, 2014.
Yeah I'm buying one just can't find any locally... so amazon it is
My 2004 P71 came completely littered graphics and other insignias. That eraser wheel was my saving grace...
Does it take the adhesive off as well or should I buy another bottle of goo gone?
It depends. I could tell which decals where on longer than others because some of the sticky residue just got smeared around and I had to wipe it down after the eraser wheel had done all it could. Also, the decals on the plastic bumper cover seemed to come off a lot easier than the decals on the metal doors, quarter panels and front fenders.
Ah that's what it is called - I have been looking for these. I saw a youtube video where a guy talked about using one of these, he called it a caramel wheel. Google for caramel wheel, and you get just about everything except that guy up there. Thanks so much!
No prob. They're like $40 if you go to the auto parts store. A bit pricey IMO, but worth the money. I'm sure they're cheaper online.
Now that I know 3M makes them and what they are called, I'll see what Amazon can do for me
Laquer Thinner works way better than goo gone. Just don't scrub at one spot for a long period of time. Done this for years.
3M Wheel made quick work of my 14 year old double sided tape. Tried power washer etc and was a long process. Wheel came in from Amazon and BAM! DONE!
How's that DeWalt cordless? I need to get unplugged...
I use it for everything!
I have one of their 1/2 inch Cordless Impact Guns and Circular Saw also that shares the same battery size.