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Old 12-21-2012, 08:45 AM
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Re: Best way to peel plastidip

honestly the easiest way i found was to peel what you can... then take goof-off in a spray bottle and coat the area you want to get the 'dip off and then wipe it with a paper towel. then afterwards i wiped them down with alcohol. looked brand new.
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Re: Best way to peel plastidip

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honestly the easiest way i found was to peel what you can... then take goof-off in a spray bottle and coat the area you want to get the 'dip off and then wipe it with a paper towel. then afterwards i wiped them down with alcohol. looked brand new.
thanks. that def. seems like the best way.. I peeled a tiny area just to see how it would be peeling the light 2 coats off.. its really not that bad. once you get an area up.. the rest seems like it will follow.. and like previously stated, combo of goo gone/goo off and paper towel as well as power washing areas should get the remainder off.
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