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Old 03-31-2015, 03:39 PM
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Default Best way to get glue out of My FJ40

So 2 Buck Chuck is caked in glue and hunks of indoor outdoor carpet backing. Anyone have suggetions for removing it? Dont care if it takes the paint also. Air craft stripper and a scrapper?
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A grinder and a cupped wire brush on the dry crusty stuff. Chemicals on the goopy stuff.

I have heard of dry ice and chisel but I have never tried it.
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I also have the same glue, and carpet mess in my 40. I'm going to try "Goof-off" because I have it, and it works on other stuff.

I'll let you know my results.
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So 2 Buck Chuck is caked in glue and hunks of indoor outdoor carpet backing. Anyone have suggetions for removing it? Dont care if it takes the paint also. Air craft stripper and a scrapper?
Aircraft Paint Stripper will peel anything off. That's heavy duty stuff and I can't imagine it's good for the environment at all. But, if you need to get something off...... use the liquid can not the aerosol spray. The aerosol is useless.
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Ha. I love your Days of Thunder quote Stan." No, no, he didn't slam you, he didn't bump you, he didn't nudge you... he *rubbed* you. And rubbin, son, is racin'."
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