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Old 08-03-2015, 06:46 PM
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I have two of your bags and they are great to have on the boat.

I stored them in a storage unit last winter and somehow they rubbed up against some roof shingles that were being stored there as well. End result I now have some roof cement on each of the bags. I would like to remove it, but not sure what product to use. I don't want to ruin the material on the bags.

Any help with identifying a product that will remove the black tar and not ruin the bags would be much appreciated.

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Old 08-11-2015, 03:51 PM
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Originally Posted by Fin-chaser View Post
I have two of your bags and they are great to have on the boat.

I stored them in a storage unit last winter and somehow they rubbed up against some roof shingles that were being stored there as well. End result I now have some roof cement on each of the bags. I would like to remove it, but not sure what product to use. I don't want to ruin the material on the bags.

Any help with identifying a product that will remove the black tar and not ruin the bags would be much appreciated.

Thanks
Use something with citrus in it. Or gojo. Or buy some fry's from McDonalds and rub them on it. I'm a roofer and that will eat the tar right off
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Old 08-12-2015, 09:19 AM
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Try Goo Gone. That should work and will not cause any damage to the vinyl.

Call us if you have any questions!

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Old 09-09-2015, 10:03 AM
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Maybe they can sell you 2 new bags only and stuff them in there if you can't get them clean enough??
Not sure if that are a zipped product?
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Try Goo Gone. That should work and will not cause any damage to the vinyl. Call us if you have any questions! Thanks, Carrie
This or Goff Off. It worked on mine... Clean them right up.
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