Originally Posted by Sleeper
Thanks for the info. Is there a "glue removal chemical" you would recommend?
MEK + scotchbrite pad. I'm not a big fan of this, you go through a lot of MEK, and it makes a lot of fumes. There's also a big risk for introducing a cosmetic blemish if you spill or drip MEK outside the area you're working.
I've found that Kleanstrip "Paint & Adhesive Remover" works pretty well. Apply it as a gel with a brush, wait about 5-10 minutes, apply another coat, wait 5-10 minutes, then come back and scrape with a plastic spatula. The old glue comes off as dirty looking goop. Then immediately rinse the area with soap + water to remove the residual chemical. You want to be careful with this stuff...if you leave it on too long, it will damage the material.