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In my experience, nothing will take cured silicone off. You can remove it with a razor blade, and patch and repaint anything you damage.

I have a bottle of 'silicone remover' in the bag to be returned to the store. It's gelled mineral spirits that's supposed to loosen the silicone's grip on whatever it's stuck to, but it did nothing for me. I suspect it would damage your new paint.
 

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In my experience, nothing will take cured silicone off. You can remove it with a razor blade, and patch and repaint anything you damage.

I have a bottle of 'silicone remover' in the bag to be returned to the store. It's gelled mineral spirits that's supposed to loosen the silicone's grip on whatever it's stuck to, but it did nothing for me. I suspect it would damage your new paint.
thanks for yr help, will have to persevere and patch and paint as u say, thanks anyway, skyblues
 
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