How can I get sticky foam off my car window?
It was a rental car before I bought it and the rental company had some kind of sticker with two strips of sticky foam on the front window. I've tried using peanut butter (my daughter's suggestion) and scraping it with a plastic knife, but only some of it came off.
Does anyone have a better suggestion?
Thanks in advance.
- MrMeanaLv 59 months agoFavorite Answer
Try a lubricant such as WD-40.
- NosehairLv 78 months ago
White gas is probably best for removing any solvent based adhesive and it leaves no residue. Paint thinner will also probably work.
- hartLv 69 months ago
hot air: Hairdryer, next is Turpentine
- elhighLv 79 months ago
Razor blade at a low angle, and just slice the worst of it off. Keep at it.
You can lean pretty hard on a razor blade and so long as you're using it in the razor direction and not as a knife, it won't hurt the glass. Get all the foam off that you can, then come back with a white Scotch-Brite pad and some glass cleaner. Light pressure and rub until every trace is gone.
Then a clean paper towel or cloth, glass cleaner again and polish all the glass.
Job's done. Enjoy the view.
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- 9 months ago
WD40 will soften it and it can be rubbed off
- 18 gibbs 20Lv 79 months ago
A product called good off available at Wal-Mart will take care of it.
- STEVEN FLv 79 months ago
An actual razor blade is best. Using a solvent to soften the adhesive usually makes it easier.
- princess pounderLv 79 months ago
- οικοςLv 79 months ago
Hand sanitizer or rubbing alcohol (wet a paper towel and leave it in place for awhile), then use a metal scraper to remove the foam. Remember that glass is harder than steel, so there should be no scratching.
- Spock (rhp)Lv 79 months ago
razor knife followed by a solvent for the last of the glue.