Originally Posted by E-Rok
you can try paint thinner I guess. is it fully painted or it it overspray?
acetone wont really "damage" it or discolor it either.
edit: I reread it and saw its just the trim on the lip. id either remove the lip and wipe the trim down with acetone, or tape the lip off. removing it to do it woul dbe best.
worst comes to worst you can do what you gotta do to get it off, then paint the trim black.
I don't mind if it damaged the current paint on the lip. It's getting ready to go in to be repainted.
It's not overspray. It's completely painted. A previous over didn't treat this lip very well.
I want to try to remove the paint on the trim and tape it off so the lip can be repainted.
Here's how the rear lip looks. The trim is at the top, but has been painted over.
This is how it should look stock.
Here is a photo of the back to give you an idea. This rubber cannot easily be peeled off or bent unless I want to damage it.