Brown glue on velux (How can i remove it)

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  1. Needy

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    Hi all

    I had a large amount of brown parcel tape on the wood of my velux window. Now i have removed the tape and it have left the brown glue on the wood that i cant get off

    Is there anything i can use to remove the brown glue without damaging the wood.

    Thanks
     
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  3. gorgeousgordy

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    Strip back with sandpaper or similar & repaint (probably whole window to avoid difference in colours)
     
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    Is the window painted it only mentions wood in the post
     
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    winzer wurth make an aerosol called industrial cleaner for removing glue residue its awsome
     
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    Can buy the same type of product in an aerosol from RS Components
     
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    Or just click on my first link :D
     
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