Get a hair dryer on it, keep your in hand in front of the flow and you will know if it too hot, wipe away with 5:1 APC if you have some, if not removed your looking at tardis (Autosmart) Goo Gone, steamer etcThanks, I finally bought cquartz 3.0 and DLux. I will apply them when I have some more time.
I also wanted to ask about the stain on the dashboard that you can see in the pictures. It was already there when the car was delivered. I asked the dealer about it and he told me that there was a sticker on it and that it must be adhesive residue, and that it should come off without any problems. It doesn't feel sticky to the touch though.
I tried to clean it with an APC but it didn't come off. I thought about using alcohol but I didn't know if it could damage the surface in any way.
There seems to be some residue in the glove box as well.
it makes a mess, dust sticks to and smells and it not the right tool for the jobThank you @s.arhangelov , @NCart and @Bigbruiseral
I will try first with the microfibre towel soaked in warm water. Unfortunately I can't try it with a hairdryer at the moment because there are no sockets in the garage of my building. I'll see what I can do.
Out of curiosity, what happens if one applies WD40 inside? I've always read of people applying it as NCart says, although I've never done it.
I tried to remove the stain by heating the adhesive with a hairdryer as mentioned in a previous post but it didn't work. Probably because I didn't apply enough heat. I was afraid of damaging the dashboard.I have the same kind of stain on the same place!