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If you don't mind aggressive try a 3M Scotch-Brite Clean and Strip Unitized Wheel.
Aggressive but wont damage the base metal
 

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3M Adhesive remover

Get a can of 3M Adhesive remover. The stuff eats through old glue and does not harm paint. You have to give it time to work, but it gets that glue off.
 

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Perhaps a butane torch and scraper? Soften it up, scrape and clean with paint thinner. Worked really well with floor sealer.

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I would try a heat gun and plastic scraper, the 3M Adhesive remover is also a good option. If your not worried about what's under the seal then use a nice brass/wire scraper and go at it.
 

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I've been using a wire wheel with no problems then follow up with a solvent. All assuming you are not worried about the finish. Sounds like you are at the primer stage.
 
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