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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.

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

PsyckoSama from Philadelphia PA

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By louel53 (Guest Post)
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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October 27, 20170 found this helpful

Try the Walmart version of Armor All for vinyl. It's in the green bottle. Worked for me.

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