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Old April 12th, 2009, 10:11 PM
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How do you get the adhesive residue off (JimC?)

How do you get this stuff off?

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Did you have to repaint afterwards?

I have it all over the inside of my 110 tub.

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Old April 12th, 2009, 10:18 PM
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Old April 12th, 2009, 10:22 PM
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This stuff - 3M Adhesive remover. Soften it with the remover, scrape it off with a plastic putty knife, and then clean it up with the remover again. No need to repaint, doesn't even bring up yellow if the paint is intact.
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I used a hair dryer to heat up sections and then remove. The remaining goo I used paint thinner to remove. It did remove some of the paint, but I rhino lined my box afterwards anyway. It took a while. Good luck.
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I think I saw that at wal-mart. Thanks!

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Old April 12th, 2009, 10:48 PM
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How to build a new garage shelving unit by Ron, lovely alliterative quality added by me:
1) Purchase Porsche 911T
2) Park Porsche in proximity of project
3) Pile parts on Porsche
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You forgot step 2(a). Place carpeted mat out of back of Defender 110 on hood to protect paint.

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I do have shelves, they just have not made it to the garage yet (they are in the hallway to the guest bath upstairs).
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Woot! He's gone from not being able to post a picture to posting annotated ones!

Either something really bad is coming, or something really good. Not sure what, but it scares me...
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I think I saw that at wal-mart. Thanks!

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