Removing glue from visor?

William Hahn
by William Hahn
I pulled the warning sticker off the sun visor of my new car. It left glue residue. I didn't pull the rest off after that. I just think they are intrusive to look at. Anyway now anyone know how to remove the glue from the Fabric visor?
Thank you.
  10 answers
  • Victoria Larsen Stencils Victoria Larsen Stencils on Feb 25, 2014
    Alcohol is really great for taking off glue residual and won't harm the fabric.
  • Cindy Gardner Cindy Gardner on Feb 25, 2014
    Use OOPS. Found in hardware store.
  • Reta Green Reta Green on Feb 26, 2014
    i use goo-be-gone for goo left by stickers.very cheap.i would however try a small area first.good luck.
  • Andrea Robert Andrea Robert on Feb 26, 2014
    If you can find it, my favorite adhesive remover is Un-Du, but it's getting harder to find. There are different strengths of Goo-Gone, you might try the mildest one first.
  • Muriel Muriel on Feb 26, 2014
    I use Goo-Gone and have very good results with it. I even used it on my neighbors adhesive on her leg when she took a wild bunch of bandages off leaving black adhesive marks. It did not hurt her leg in any way. It does not remove color either.
  • Karen Mortimore Karen Mortimore on Feb 26, 2014
    a friend of mine replaces auto glass, they use hot white vinegar on a cloth to remove stickers, need to hold it against it for a little bit, should work on fabric too... worth a try
  • William Hahn William Hahn on Feb 26, 2014
    thank you all for the suggestions. I have goo gone but am leery since it doesn't mention fabric on the directions, The alcohol sounds really good and maybe the white vinegar. Those two at least won't stain so will try those first. Never heard of OOps or Ub Du but will google both.As a final try will go with the Goo Gone.
  • Katie Pepin Katie Pepin on Feb 27, 2014
    william, if you use any oil based product on the fabric, you will have a permanent oil stain on said fabric. ( I have made that mistake)
  • Elaine Elaine on Feb 27, 2014
    we've used brake oil and did not alter the finish. I'd try it on a little spot just in case!
  • Melinda Lockwood Melinda Lockwood on Feb 27, 2014
    Goo Gone