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My 2004 P71 came completely littered graphics and other insignias. That eraser wheel was my saving grace...

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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.
 

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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!
 

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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.
 

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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 ;)
 

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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.
 

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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! :)









 

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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.
 

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