I thought I posted. Dad got rear ended about a month ago. Bent the frame at the rear bumper. Insurance didn't want to deal with it. We're going to buy it back but... I think a torch and Jack will work fine. The rest of the frame and body mounts didn't budge.What happened? I know you swapped batteries and alternators last month, did it die on you still?
Geez, did my bad luck migrate south? Hopefully it keeps migrating out.
Anything that was on body color paint, glass, or smooth plastic, was able to get scrubbed off. But the textured stuff, (rockers, side moldings, underside of the bumpers, wheel wells) was pretty much set. I may try some acetone on a rag, with the moldings, and if that works well without killing my back, may do the rockers too. After I got done, I got around to the back and saw there was spray and fine particles all over the lift gate and glass
TL; DR: Acetone should work a treat. But brake cleaner also might. Another substance is 'Goof Off' - I've had great results with that in the past, although it does leave an oily residue behind (along with a bit of an odor).
PS: (for Blckshdw) For the inner wells, Rustoleum does make a matte 'bumper and trim' black, which I used for the side window trim piece on the Accord. A word of warning... it spatters easily. You can wipe it off with water, but you need to be quick about it. Also, even though it's listed as matte, it was a little shinier than I'd prefer, when looking at the passenger side (factory).