NORTON wrote: ↑Wed Feb 08, 2023 5:23 am
...I have no experience with Goo Gone....
I have used Goo Gone and also WD40. Both helped and did not damage the paint. Regardless, test them on an inconspicuous area (wheel-well, wraparound over an edge, etc.) just in case, BEFORE you risk damaging your paint
HazellyMores wrote: ↑Tue Feb 14, 2023 1:54 am
A hair dryer will ultimately work, but a heat gun (such as for removing chipping house paint) works great (and quickly) when used VERY CAREFULLY.
This may be true, but I highly recommend against using a heat gun. It may very well work great if you're careful, but it's VERY easy to permanently damage the paint. Such damage will occur in SECONDS. I use one professionally and I just wouldn't do it.