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Old 02 December 2009, 12:52   #11
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Do you have more specific info on the specs of the type you use?

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Unfortunately I do not have the spec available. All I know is that we have been using it for 30 plus years. If you manage to obtain it locally make certain that the density is quite high and go for a thickness of about 10mm. If it is too soft and not thick enough you will find it not very efective at removing the adhesive especially around edges of fabric, patches, handles etc.
Will PM you about the Novurania
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Old 02 December 2009, 15:32   #12
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Thank you for your recommendation. I look forward to your PM on the Novurania.
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JW - thanks for the tip. Any ideas where to purchase the product? Home Depot, Lowes, Harbor Freight?
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Old 07 December 2009, 11:53   #14
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http://www.amazon.com/LARGE-SANDING-.../dp/B000H69U7Q

http://www.harborfreight.com/cpi/cta...emnumber=30766

http://www.lowes.com/lowes/lkn?actio...454&lpage=none

Bunch more if you search for "sanding +belt +cleaner"


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jky - thanks for the links...now I know what you're talking about. thanks again.
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jky - thanks for the links...now I know what you're talking about. thanks again.
Not me; it was JW. I just did the search.

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Hello folks, new here and looking for useful info on glue removal. Thanks for all the great advices.

The crepes bars for cleaning sand belts is the stuff for sure. I tried it and it works fine. Most hardware store carry it.

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Old thread...

I used scuffy pad and acetone on my PVC boat. The scuffy pad takes the glue into it, so it needs to be cut into smaller pieces from the sheet, and thrown away often. I have a small container I fill with acetone and dip the scuffy pad in and then scrub with it. Of course while wearing proper chemical gear.

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we used 4" pc of EPDM rubstrake/rubrail, it's just like using an eraser.
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Thanks Boyd; would never have thought of that.

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