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Old 09-10-2009, 07:47 PM
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just used a heat gun to remove and laquer thinner to clean on a 13 y/o name on the back of a fountain...worked great.....
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Old 09-10-2009, 08:47 PM
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Originally Posted by prostock85
Not really a product, yet a tool. I have one that my friend used the entire wheel on removing graphics from his boat. Did an amazing job (graphics were nearing 12 years old)
http://www.mactools.com/product/tabi...22-mb6901.aspx
Edit: Just read that you already had the stickers off, anything above will work, also try goof off
Eraser wheel is great, but your lucky to have a bud that let's you use it. Especially at 30.00 per wheel. OUCH.

Sorry to disagree with most of your chemical suggestions, but many are harmful to either the paint or gel surface. The product called RAPID REMOVER is great stuff and very safe to use. http://www.rapidtac.com/

This is what your professional (keyword) graphic companies use.
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Old 09-10-2009, 09:50 PM
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Originally Posted by ROTAX454
Eraser wheel is great, but your lucky to have a bud that let's you use it. Especially at 30.00 per wheel. OUCH.

Sorry to disagree with most of your chemical suggestions, but many are harmful to either the paint or gel surface. The product called RAPID REMOVER is great stuff and very safe to use. http://www.rapidtac.com/

This is what your professional (keyword) graphic companies use.
Ha, wish that was the case, it was mine that he used, still awaiting the replacement wheel. It does work great though, esp the stainless stripping wheels
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Old 09-11-2009, 07:00 AM
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WD-40, a razor blade and a hair dryer works good to remove the glue.
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