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BOB KEMMLER JR posted 04-18-2002 09:38 AM ET (US)   Profile for BOB KEMMLER JR  
What is the best way to remove this stuff?
triblet posted 04-18-2002 10:23 AM ET (US)     Profile for triblet  Send Email to triblet     
Sell the boat. ;-)

Seriously: scraping.


Chuck

Zack posted 04-18-2002 11:02 AM ET (US)     Profile for Zack  Send Email to Zack     
I have used Anti-Bond 2015 available at West Marine or other Marine stores. Works good but slow.

Zack

EasyE posted 04-18-2002 04:03 PM ET (US)     Profile for EasyE  Send Email to EasyE     
Nuke it! Propane torch or small pencil torch for intant relief. Razor blade, X-Acto knife, sharped paint scraper for a little more work.
pamlico posted 04-18-2002 04:21 PM ET (US)     Profile for pamlico  Send Email to pamlico     
Indeed,...you will need a razor knife and patience. Might want to try some sort of solvent, such as mineral spirits to help loosen it up. If your removing a main deck to get to a fuel tank etc., before laying your deck down and recaulking with 5200, lay a strip of piano wire are metal leader wire around the edge and recaulk over. This process helps in the future if you have to remove the deck again. Just cut into the 5200 till you find the wire and with pliers start pulling. Happy cruising :)
joem posted 04-18-2002 07:00 PM ET (US)     Profile for joem  Send Email to joem     
All you need to use is acetone

joem

tuna1 posted 04-19-2002 10:27 PM ET (US)     Profile for tuna1  Send Email to tuna1     
You will be using it alot to seal your submarine port holes.....
Guts posted 04-20-2002 01:09 PM ET (US)     Profile for Guts  Send Email to Guts     
lacquer thinner works for me, use a small brush.
BOB KEMMLER JR posted 04-22-2002 12:45 PM ET (US)     Profile for BOB KEMMLER JR    
Last time i checked ALL boston whalers were unsinkable tuna1.

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