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Call up the number on the glue tube and see what they say.. Make sure it wont take the paint off.
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A little lacquer thinner on a rag outta make short work of it. As long as it's not fresh paint and you only use a little it shouldn't hurt the paint. You'll wanna wax it afterwards. Hopefully it didn't eat into the clear coat. I don't know how that kind of glue reacts with urethane clear. I know on model cars it actually chemically melts the plastic so it sticks together.
__________________ No sig because I'm SICK of the NAZI'S on this site removing it after MONTHS of no problems with it!!!!