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Hi everyone, does anybody know how to remove these three adhesive residue on the hood without damaging/scratching the paint? I recently had to remove my hood deflector because it was partially damage I prefer the look it without now it gives the CR-V a clearer appearance.
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You can use a hair dryer to heat the area up around the rubber bumpers. That will soften the adhesive and make it easier to remove. As for the residue remaining, any bug and tar remover at the auto store is safe for the paint. The warmer the surface the easer it is to remove the adhesive.
 
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