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Use Kleen-Strip's Aircraft Decal & Adheasive Remover. Part # EAD-908. It's great stuff! It also is the most fantastic pine sap remover I have ever found! Grab the better part of the sap drip with a paper towel and spray a shot of the remover on another paper towel and wipe the sap off
If you have painted pin stripes you want to remove spray them with Easy-Off oven cleaner. You'll have to work it in with several aplications but it does work.
I'v pulled all the stickers off my old durango and the tank banges off various motorcycles and on stickers I start them with a hair drier and my fingernail..no sharp edge tools..once started thay come right off..but peal slowly..and donn't use a heat gun..just a hair dryer..Then I soak a rag with some goo gone and actually taped it over the residual glue..came back in 15 mins and wipped it off.On badges I heat the badge and use waxed dental floss between the badge and body to get them off and then do the same goo gone procedure to remove residual glue.