i was looking how to remove my door moldings and didnt search hard enough, jk. heat them with a hair dryer or heat gun and slowly use fishing string or a credit card to pull them off, go very slow and take your time.
go to home depot buy a chisel and a big mallet. Chisel it right off then come back and search harder jk..i just had to be an ass man :lol:
Heat them up real good and peal them off with your hands that way you don't got too much residue left on the paint from using the fishing line. Do it slow and make sure the strips are hot or the weather is hot.
best time to take them off is during summer... it makes the work a lot easier
i was stupid and took 'em off right in the middle of winter... it took so long that i got impatient and just started pulling them off... it came off, but the glue was stuck on the car! and it was such a pain in the ass to remove the glue... too much work, so i just went to a body shop to remove it..
btw, i used a card to start the peeling process lol...
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