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    Old Ski Insanity w/rpm500's Avatar
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    Lightbulb goo gone is amazing stuff..but

    I've been working on the gp removing and installing new mats... that googone makes this a much easyer job...

    Has any one used anything to make this a paste to use on a vertical surface?? asking because I'm also removing the decals to freshen up the look of this ski.The top layer peals off nicely but the gray adhesive underneath will be a bioch.. i'm thinking of just mixing with some with baby powder and see what it does..

    I think that the yellow 97gp will be much better looking with out those decals ,its not that they were bad other than some dings on the footwell emblems ,its just they are a pretty dated look ...
    Exotic sign WILL be getting some $$ in the near future


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    I used a heat gun when removing my graphics and they came off so nice you could almost reuse them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OsideBill View Post
    I used a heat gun when removing my graphics and they came off so nice you could almost reuse them.
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    I just took decals of my 95 sea doo boat with a heat gun and they came rite off. I will say with a yellow hull unless there is NO sun fade... Your going to always be able to see where the decals were

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    I just saw a gel version of Goo Gone at either Ace hardware, Menard's, or Lowe's.

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    Use The Heat Gun Its Amazing What It Does...

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    the gun is great on vinal removal, but as this gray/ black glue is 11 years old so it dont lift with the decal... goo does it after a good soaking.. the yellow has a slight fade from exposed surface to not ... the white needs a good wax to level the shine factor other wise its a match...

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    We tried this on a granit counterop with a red stain that we had tried every cleaner we could think of. Mix plaster of paris with bleach put on affected area and wait a couple of minutes and Voila gone. No promises but worked for this purpose.
    John

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