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    High Temp adhesive velcro

    Hi,

    So I used some Velcro to place my remote for my head unit and in the heat the Velcro moved out of place leaving dried adhesive. So first of all what do you suggest I use to remove the existing adhesive.

    Also does anyone know where I can get Velcro with adhesive that won't melt in the sun?

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    +1 to zax. They make a spray version as well.

    I don't know about high temp velcro honestly. I've had issues with the heat messing my velcro up in the past as well.
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    3M Dual Lock

    3M Dual Lock is what you are looking for. The clear one is the best for different temps.

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