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Old 08-12-2019, 10:15 AM
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Originally Posted by percodan View Post
To get rid of the foam tape adhesive quickly and easily you can use a caramel wheel on a power drill. Some people swear by the 3M Stripe Off version, but I used a cheap knock off and it worked fine. Coincidentally I used it to get rid of the foam tape residue when changing the sunroof seal on my E60 - the seal compresses and hardens over time and leads to wind noise and rattles from the sunroof.
Good idea to try this on that foam/adhesive residue. Used it with great success before on emblem adhesive that was left after pulling badging.

Didn't work at all for my E61 pano roof seal's residue (just replaced with the updated seal). I had to go the old manual strip with fingers method. The wheel just made a huge mess.
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