$4 bottle of Goo-Gone
some paper or MF towels
soak a paper or MF towel in goo-gone, and apply to the plasti dip. let it sit for 5-10 mins. re-apply as necessary and keep it wet.
be very careful not to get it on other plasti-dip items you do not want to remove, as if you accidentally touch it, it may peel (found this out the hard way)
start at a corner and begin peeling. it should come off much easier than before.
wash off the excess goo-gone and your done
btw if you do have some overspray on your car, googone will get rid of it in 2 seconds
i know plastidip isnt all too hard to remove by itself, but sometimes there are tricky spots. this will make your life 1000x easier all around
well i found this out the hard way by mistake, but it will be very helpful in the future when i have to re-do my wheels.
i have plastidipped my grill, wheels, rear emblems, and rear deck spoiler. i wanted to de-badge my rear infiniti letters and tried to remove the plasti dip beforehand. i couldnt get it off. so i went ahead with the debadge anyways.
i debadged my infiniti letters using some Goo-Gone (and the DIY in here). i was worried that it would dissolve the plasti-dip and make a mess, but it didnt!
after the goo-gone had sat for about 10 mins, the plastidip became soft and extremely easy to remove.
feel free to PM me with questions