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Originally Posted by BettaJetta88
As for the pinstripes, I've seen it done at the shop with a rubber wheel, but you could also try a hair dryer and your fingernail.
Heat the stripe with a hair dryer.
Peel the stripe slowly, pulling it off at a 90-degree angle while heating the next section. Do not overheat the paint, or it will be more likely to chip.
Use a plastic putty knife if you don't have long fingernails, but be careful not to scratch the paint.
Put some multipurpose cleaner and lubricant, such as WD-40, on a scrubbing pad (the type with a net covering) and rub off the leftover adhesive.
If the stripes are old, they may not peel off easily, even with heat. Soak them with WD-40 for 15 minutes and then try scraping.
Wash the car thoroughly with mild soap.
Wax and enjoy!