Removing duct tape glue on vinyl window ?

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Old 09-03-16, 06:20 AM
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Removing duct tape glue on vinyl window ?

Would sort of EZ Strip solvent or solution work to remove gook left by the removal of duct tape on vinyl window ?

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I'm not familiar with EZ Strip but I'd try a little mineral spirits first, shouldn't take much along with some elbow grease and a rag.
 
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Yes, start with paint thinner first. A plastic dish scraper might help.
 
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Or try one of the citrus oil based solvents, like goo gone. Spritz it on, let it work a while, then wipe off. Works for me on all sorts of tape and sticker residue....
 
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WD40 would be my first choice.

That and a little elbow grease.
 
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Be careful with some of these options. While they will work, some of the harsher chemicals like goof-off and paint thinner can end up staining vinyl window frames if they're not cleaned off properly.
 
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