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I would go with Goof Off Pro PowerStrength Remover - doesn’t really matter which can type you use. It contains acetone and xyelene, so it’s not great for plastics but I’ve used it for paint stripping before and it worked very well for how cheap it is (~$5). It’s tried and true, but there are heavy fumes involved - run a fan by a open window and open the door.
I would go with Goof Off Pro PowerStrength Remover - doesn’t really matter which can type you use. It contains acetone and xyelene, so it’s not great for plastics but I’ve used it for paint stripping before and it worked very well for how cheap it is (~$5). It’s tried and true, but there are heavy fumes involved - run a fan by a open window and open the door.
 
If it can remove paint, it shouldn’t struggle with silicone caulk, but you need to be careful and use metal tools or plastic tools you don’t mind losing. Scraping some of it off will help but you don’t need to remove it perfectly with a solvent. It would be best to remove some of it and finish with a strong solvent.

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I would go with Goof Off Pro Power - doesn’t really matter which can type you use. It contains acetone and xyelene, so it’s not great for plastics but I’ve used it for paint stripping before and it worked very well. It’s also cheap at ~$5well for how cheap it is (~$5). It’s tried and true, but thethere are heavy fumes mean you will need to openinvolved - run a fan by a open window and leaveopen the door opendoor.
I would go with Goof Off Pro Power - doesn’t really matter which can type you use. It contains acetone and xyelene, so it’s not great for plastics but I’ve used it for paint stripping before and it worked very well. It’s also cheap at ~$5well for how cheap it is (~$5). It’s tried and true, but thethere are heavy fumes mean you will need to openinvolved - run a fan by a open window and leaveopen the door opendoor.
 
If it can remove paint, it shouldn’t struggle with silicone caulk, but you need to be careful and use metal tools or plastic tools you don’t mind losing. Scraping some of it off will help but you don’t need to remove it perfectly with a solvent. It would be best to remove some of it and finish with a strong solvent.

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I would go with Goof Off Pro Power - doesn’t really matter which can type you use. It contains acetone and xyelene, so it’s not great for plastics but I’ve used it for paint stripping before and it worked very well. It’s also cheap at ~$5. It’s tried and true, but the fumes mean you will need to open a window and leave the door open.
I would go with Goof Off Pro Power - doesn’t really matter which can type you use. It contains acetone and xyelene, so it’s not great for plastics but I’ve used it for paint stripping before and it worked very well. It’s also cheap at ~$5. It’s tried and true, but the fumes mean you will need to open a window and leave the door open.
 
If it can remove paint, it shouldn’t struggle with silicone caulk, but you need to be careful and use metal tools or plastic tools you don’t mind losing. Scraping some of it off will help but you don’t need to remove it perfectly with a solvent. It would be best to remove some of it and finish with a strong solvent.

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I would go with Goof Off Pro Power - doesn’t really matter which can type you use. It contains acetone and xyelene, so it’s not great for plastics but I’ve used it for paint stripping before and it worked very well. It’s also cheap at ~$5.
 
If it can remove paint, it shouldn’t struggle with silicone caulk, but you need to be careful and use metal tools or plastic tools you don’t mind losing. Scraping some of it off will help but you don’t need to remove it perfectly with a solvent. It would be best to remove some of it and finish with a strong solvent.
If it can remove paint, it shouldn’t struggle with silicone caulk, but you need to be careful and use metal tools or plastic tools you don’t mind losing. Scraping some of it off will help but you don’t need to remove it perfectly with a solvent. It would be best to remove some of it and finish with a strong solvent.

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I would go with Goof Off Pro Power - doesn’t really matter which can type you use. It contains acetone and xyelene, so it’s not great for plastics but I’ve used it for paint stripping before and it worked very well. It’s also cheap at ~$5.
 
If it can remove paint, it shouldn’t struggle with silicone caulk, but you need to be careful and use metal tools or plastic tools you don’t mind losing. Scraping some of it off will help but you don’t need to remove it perfectly with a solvent.
If it can remove paint, it shouldn’t struggle with silicone caulk, but you need to be careful and use metal tools or plastic tools you don’t mind losing. Scraping some of it off will help but you don’t need to remove it perfectly with a solvent.

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I would go with Goof Off Pro Power - doesn’t really matter which can type you use. It contains acetone and xyelene, so it’s not great for plastics but I’ve used it for paint stripping before and it worked very well. It’s also cheap at ~$5.

If it can remove paint, it shouldn’t struggle with silicone caulk, but you need to be careful and use metal tools or plastic tools you don’t mind losing.

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