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    Meen66's Avatar
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    Dec 2013
    Huntsville, ontario

    Adhesive Remover

    Hey guys

    Quick question for you, i currently am running the grip mats seadoo offers, but i want to switch over hydro turf, Anyone have and suggestions or products to use so i dont rip the mats off in a million pieces taking them off. Only thing i can think to do is use a heat gun with 3m adhesive remover


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    Jun 2007
    Australia, Perth WA
    We have Goo off here ... U must having similar

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    Feb 2010
    Central NJ
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    Turtle wax label and sticker remover... this stuff is great. It's like goof off in an aerosol can.

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    Dec 2011
    Palm Harbor, FL
    Best thing in the world is enamel reducer. googone and all those other adhesive removers have nothing on reducer. I used that and a putty spreader to remove the 10 year old crappy adhesive on my sled

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