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    The baking soda gives the abrasion and the coconut oil works like a carrier. But the main thing cleaning it is the alcohol. I don't think your windshield would get cleaned with this as iin your case it's a much stronger adhesive. You will definitely need a solvent in which the glue dissolves. That's why I suggest a ethyl acetate based thinner from national paints which you can get in any hardware store. Ethyl acetate is one of the raw material which keeps an adhesive in liquid state and once it evaporates it gives a strong bonding
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    There is a product available in ace hardware Goo Gone adhesive remover which will definitely work. First try all DIY suggested above and I am sure petrol will solve your problem.
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