Join Date: Oct 2014
Location: Calgary, AB. Canada
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What I use to get tape residue off of things is actually other tape - packing tape or masking tape. I do it by making a tape loop (sticky side out), and lightly tap the surface with enough pressure to make contact to stick to the surface, and quickly lift the tape up - the tape should grab onto the residue, and lift it off of the surface. It takes a few times to get it to lift off sometimes. Not knowing what kind of surface duratex is, do it in an inconspicuous spot first.
It's gentle enough, and doesn't use any chemicals that could eat away at the finish.
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