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post #1 of 10 Old 05-20-2012, 01:52 PM Thread Starter
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Foil Delete?

To those of you that have already done this. What did you use to get the glue off of the pipes. Im getting them powdercoated, but having a hell of a time gettin them clean.

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i used prep-sol and a razor. prep-sol is pretty hard to find though.

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purple powers and a scotchbrite pad works great, soak it with pp like 3 times scrub and hit couple times should do it...

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power not powers

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You could use some adhesive remover. We have some that just says "adhesive remover" on the pail. No name, ingredients or anything.
But it's good.
I used a wire wheel on a drill. Just took lots of time.



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Laquer thinner will eat it right off too. Just soak it for a min and brush it off.

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Xylene, it's mean stuff you Do Not want to breathe the vapors, but was the best solvent I tried along with a wire brush..
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Laquer thinner will eat it right off too. Just soak it for a min and brush it off.
x2, it what I used...

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I just used some "Goo Be Gone." Or something like that anyway... still took a bit of time but it definitely softened it up a lot.

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goof off works well. I used green pads and possibly razor blades IIRC

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