Cleaning White Glue Off A Car

Some jerk threw a large amount of white glue (you know the Elmer's school glue) onto my car. Does anyone know how to remove dried white glue from a car without destroying the paint.

I've tried car washes and soaking it but it's very stubborn.

PsyckoSama from Philadelphia PA

August 1, 20070 found this helpful

White glue usually will not stick very well to things that are not porous, so I would guess that it should wash off with a high pressure washer. If the paint on your car is damaged to begin with, this may not be an option, but if you have good paint, I would thing that you should be able to remove it with a high pressure spray. I have no experience with this myself on cars, but I have had it on countertops and coffee tables, and usually it will peel or chip off after a little while.

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August 1, 20070 found this helpful

Have you tried contacting the company who makes Elmer glue?

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