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    Platinum Member Platinum Member ROB FREEMAN's Avatar
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    1998 Cigarette Top Gun .. 750 pfaffs . mitcher t paint ,
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    i use a adhesive remover for flooring called 626 im in the flooring industry if youd like me to get some ship to you let me know rob , i believe they might even sell at menards
    Rockin Robin

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    Banned cuda's Avatar
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    Deland, Florida
    Laquer thinner.

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    I used a product from Lowes called xylol.

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    Registered HiPerf2000's Avatar
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    contact Dan Dillon from Swipes. He has a product called OrangeSolv. i used it to remove glue from my cockpit floor. it's good sh!t.

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    Registered FunHome's Avatar
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    28ft Saber, 22 Velocity
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    Kansas & LOTO
    I'm tearing out the carpet in the cabin of my boat, could I use this to make it easier to get the carpet up?? Could I just pour something on the carpet and let it soak through to the backing??

    I have not tried it because I figured if it was strong enough to get the carpet adhesive to let go then it would probably mess up the fiberglass underneath the carpet.

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    Registered DannyD's Avatar
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    35 Cigarette
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    d-Limonene also know as citrus terpenes will remove and soften adhesives quickly. You can also apply it to onto carpeting to remove the adhesive underneath. We have a product as per HiPerf200's post Orange Solv which is 93% d-Limone. Professional grade. The most active ingredients found in a water soluable product. Will not harm fiberglass but try to keep it off of gelcoat for extended periods of time. You can see it on Use the search function for Orange Solv. Its very user friendly.
    I am available by phone 1.800.998.3295 or email [email protected] for questions.
    Hope this helps.

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    1971 Bertram 24
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    Georgian Bay, Ontario, Canada
    Try a product called "Multistrip" available from most paint stores. User friendly and won't hurt the fiberglass or gelcoat.

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