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    I've just bought a rear boot spoiler but before I attempt to fit I need to remove the lip spoiler from my boot.

    Has anyone got the best method for this or any tips first hand for me?

    Cheers in advance.
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    It's just stuck down with two rows of 3M tape. Start at one corner...use a plastic scraper or similar, and lift until you have enough to hold with your hand. Now peel off carefully.
     
     

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    Thanks for that, I thought it wouldn't be to tricky.
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    to make it a bit more easier heat it up with a heat gun or your hairdryer this will soften the tar and should'nt leave any resedue
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    Cheers for that tip!!
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