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Wd40 spray on leave for 5 mins, scrub wipe off most of it before spraying then use a stiff piece of card to remove the excess sticky stuff.
Rinse off with a little washing up liquid.

I wouldn't use solvents but if you do test somewhere it won't be seen first.

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It could be worse - at least it's the right way up ;)


Wd40 spray on leave for 5 mins, [...]
I wouldn't use solvents but if you do test somewhere it won't be seen first.
WD40 isn't a solvent?
 

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If you've used foam sticky pads to glue it on, one trick is to get a length of fishing line and feed it behind the back of the plate and use a sawing action to cut through one at a time. Once you have the place off it should be far easier to remove any excess and re-do the job. Just be careful as you get through the pads that the plate does not fall off unexpectedly and scratch any paint work.
 
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Such a nice car too! You've ruined it.. joking, but I am very jealous. The colour is fantastic, I see one round here quite regularly and fall in love.

Is it a petrol or diesel?
 

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If you've used foam sticky pads to glue it on, one trick is to get a length of fishing line and feed it behind the back of the plate and use a sawing action to cut through one at a time. Once you have the place off it should be far easier to remove any excess and re-do the job. Just be careful as you get through the pads that the plate does not fall off unexpectedly and scratch any paint work.
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if you cant get some fishing line dental floss will do the same job mate
 
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