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    I really apologize for missing your message, I haven't logged onto this forum in months. If you're still interested, I would first try to remove the residue with a safe plastic cleaner/polish such as Plexus.

    If that doesn't work, then I would have to defer you to BRP's Acrylic Surface - Operator's Guide. The guide says to avoid citrus-based solvents such as Goo Gone and petroleum based solvents and cleaners. For sticker residue, BRP recommends WD-40 which is a petroleum based solvent, so their advice contradicts itself.

    If you take their advice on using WD-40, use it only long enough to remove the residue, then wash it off completely to remove any trace of the solvent. What damages CM Tech are chemicals that are allowed enough time to dissolve and penetrate it. The shorter the exposure of any chemical, the better.
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21 RXP, 18 RXP, 03 XPDI


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2018 RXP X 300
2003 XP DI
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