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jimgiblett

posted on 17/5/08 at 12:19 PM Reply With Quote
Solvent to remove evo stick

Anyone know a good solvent to remove evo-stick from fibreglass. Nothing I have seems to make much impact on it.

Thanks in advance

Jim

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jacko

posted on 17/5/08 at 12:21 PM Reply With Quote
Try wd40
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JoelP

posted on 17/5/08 at 12:40 PM Reply With Quote
we use evostick timebond at work. When we need to remove it, we normally use the solvent supplied with the colourfill, however, it can also be softened by simply putting more glue on top of it. This may only work with timebond and not other evostick products.
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CairB

posted on 17/5/08 at 01:23 PM Reply With Quote
Petrol?
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bigandy

posted on 17/5/08 at 02:19 PM Reply With Quote
YOu can buy Evostik cleaner from places like B&Q. It is a solvent base that thins uncured Evostik, and softens cured evostik.

It is in a little red and silver tin usually...

Cheers
Andy





Dammit! Too many decisions....

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paulf

posted on 17/5/08 at 03:44 PM Reply With Quote
Wd 40 works well especially for removing it from hands, not sure how good it would be once fully set though.
Paul.
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Originally posted by jacko
Try wd40

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givemethebighammer

posted on 17/5/08 at 04:55 PM Reply With Quote
I think I used white spirit the last time I needed to do this.
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Dutchman

posted on 19/5/08 at 12:47 AM Reply With Quote
Gasoline leaded or unleaded or medical doesn't meter , that is best solution or 3M glue remover spray





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jimgiblett

posted on 19/5/08 at 07:31 AM Reply With Quote
Thanks guys. Getting there slowly with White Spirit. Will try a bit of petrol this evening to see if that is any quicker.


- Jim

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austin man

posted on 20/5/08 at 10:15 PM Reply With Quote
cellulose thinners works, cleaned it off 2 fibreglass seats which had carpet glued to it. plus cleaned the fibreglass
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