I typically use a heat gun and fishing line to cut through the adhesive tape then I just recently got one of the rubber adhesive removal wheels and let me tell you......life changing
It is, but it will work. I used it to remove industrial strength 3M double stick tape from the spare tire well on my car when I was installing the amp rack. It didn’t hurt a thing and it softened the 3M tape enough to make it easy to remove with a minimal amount of elbow grease. The e-coating wasn’t even affected.Brake cleaner is a pretty harsh solvent though
I like this....I’m going to give this a shot!! Thank you!!If it was me, I would be using CarPro TarX.
This will be safe on your ceramic coating.
Soak some into a microfibre towel, dab the area to be treated and let it soak for a few minutes. Reapply in this method to allow the product to loosen the adhesive. Then use a microfibre to start removing the adhesive. You may need to repeat this process a couple of times depending on how stubborn the adhesive is.
Doing it this way will help avoid stronger chemicals (no brake cleaner please), prevent damage to the clear coat and preserve you ceramic coating.