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Old 16 August 2015, 05:23   #1
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Removing sealant.

Is there an easy way to remove old sikaflex or is it just a matter of knuckling down with a stanley blade and sandpaper which seems to take forever.
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Fraid so Mucker!....a good Solvent will help with residue..and may soften it some Steve..otherwise in my experience just time,care,and elbow-grease.
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Fraid so Mucker!....a good Solvent will help with residue..and may soften it some Steve..otherwise in my experience just time,care,and elbow-grease.
Your right about elbow grease Matt, done loads of it for little results

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Thanks for that Mollers :thumbup:and as it happens a Toolstation has just opened down the road from me. I will get a tin tomorrow.
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use the silver pan scrubbers after its soft
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Not bad stuff that Mollers, it needed a couple of coats but powders the sealant making it easier to rub down :thumbup:

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use the silver pan scrubbers after its soft
Took your advice falcon thanks and used the silver pan scrubbers sand paper just didn't work at all hard work but got there in the end .
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