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best way to remove 4200 and 5200

Old 08-18-2011, 07:03 AM
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Whats the best product and technique to remove 4200 and 5200. I just removed some from under rod holder with a razor blade and acetone and theres gotta be a easier way.
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There was a recent post somewhere about someone using heat to remove 5200. ;?
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Antibond works but is expensive. I've had good luck with an industrial orange oil based cleaner. Its slow but it works.
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5200...... Dynamite?

I've used a heat gun with a sharp razor blade, sanded the corners off the blade first so it wouldn't dig in and then used acetone with a scothbrite pad,

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