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Old 6th August 2008, 08:11 PM   #1
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Default removing old adhesive for a refoaming

Any ideas on what to use to remove the sticky adhesive on
Dynaudio 21W54's they used to attach the foam? I,ve tried
acetone, gasoline goo gone and now I,m trying scraping it
off with a knife, not very easy.
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try paint stripper, the kind with methylene chloride in it that you let sit. Maybe that will do it. Don't breathe the fumes, tho...

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try paint stripper, the kind with methylene chloride in it that you let sit. Maybe that will do it. Don't breathe the fumes, tho...

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Thanks, will try.
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try paint stripper, the kind with methylene chloride in it that you let sit. Maybe that will do it. Don't breathe the fumes, tho...

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It worked very well, thanks.
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