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Old glue

Hello. Since I am new here, please correct me if this is the incorrect forum for my question.
My 1979 Porsche 911 must be painted, and I want to remove all old glue before the new painting. I would like to know if anybody in this forum has experience removing this old glue.
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I had really good luck with Citrus Strip to remove the glue in that area.
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Try 3M Adhesive Remover, which is citrus-based. I don't know if it will work on your issue or not, but it works well on Wx strip glue, even very old stuff. I think the number is 3M 6040 or something along that line. Regardless if you want to strip all that it will take a lot of it!
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dry ice. done in 5 minutes.
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Dry ice sounds like a good idea, but does it also remove the painting?
Trockeneis klingt wie eine gute Idee, aber entfernt es auch das Lakierung?
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