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bluedragon32k
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Feb 3, 2:46pm - #390661 
dash help

back when i first started working on my car i didsumthing stupid, i crazy glued some lights on my dash, well no i kno wut ima doin i had taken then off but the glue has left some nasty white "scars" on my car and i can t remove them , someone help!!!

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Feb 3, 2:56pm - #390662 
well the person that had the car before me put superglue on the console and a coupole months ago i sanded the rap outa it and painted it! 100% better


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Feb 3, 6:19pm - #390663 
yea, but mine is the big console piece and it wil be too much trouble to paint, n e other suggestions?

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Feb 3, 6:52pm - #390664 
post pics where. or better description of wherer it is on dash

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Feb 3, 9:11pm - #390665 
Use Acetone in removing superglue.

Try a little at a time. Paint it on with Q-Tip. Let it sit for a 1/2minute or less . Then repeat.
Use your fingernail or a soft piece of plastic to gently scrape away the residue.

Use the acetone very spairingly!!!

If the area looks very dull,worn or nasty; try some Mothers Back To Black over the area. To make it look all the same suggest U use the Back to Black on the entire dash. thumbsup


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Feb 4, 7:58am - #390666 
You can maybe try nail polish remover.

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