- Turning on the dryer and wiping with a cloth
- Turning on the dryer, and then picking off the glue with your fingernails. (this method will however, successfully remove your fingernails)
- Hair dryer with a cloth
- Hair dryer with a metal spatula
What finally did the trick?
WD40 and a rag
Now I just have to figure out how to remove the WD40.
oh, and also? If you're more or less crawled inside the dryer to clean the back of it? and you support yourself with one hand on the side (of the inside) of the dryer? Chances are you will find yourself rolling completely over.
Just a little tip there.