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Old 09-13-2006, 12:10 PM
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I just finished airbrushing a emblem for a Dodge, I used a friskit with way to much tack, now Ive got glue residue all over. Ive been using 5 star wax and grease remover but its so hot that it would take off the shading I did. I went and got a water based and it doesnt touch the glue. Anyone know of a remover that will work. Thanks in advance.

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Roll some duct tape sticky side out and use it like a lint remover to pick the glue off.
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If the ducktape trick works let us know, it should be added as a tip of the day, airbrush work is fragile and I know exactly about the solvent based W&G removers wiping off minor highlights. An intercoat clear sure works good for sealing between steps and it makes for a cleanable surface. Check out SPI's intercoat-good stuff!
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Old 09-14-2006, 07:14 AM
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Someone posted about using bondo dust and sprinkling it on the residue and it will stick to the goo and rub it off. I "thought" I had it bookmarked but it may be at home. I have not tried it yet but it seemed like a good idea.
I feel your pain, That has cost me a LOT of time. I use some good cleaner called The Boss which is like an industrial strength version of Simple Green and a soft rag keeping the area good and wet which makes it a little easier to get off and not disturb the graphics.Boss is pink in color and has some ammonia in it from the smell. It has a black bull logo on the jug. Best cleaner I've found without a prescription.Then I finish it up with the g&w remover.
The solvent just seems to make it "smear" worse and then you try to wipe it off and all you get is a bunch of little goo balls.
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I've used house of color kc20 with sucess on base coat graphics,but don't know if it will work on water based graphics.Just let the base dry and use lint free rags,put a little on the rag and carefully wipe off the goo.

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Old 09-17-2006, 12:48 PM
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Yeah,I've had that problem with frisket a million or so times.Now I use clear Contact shelf paper from wal-mart.Cost just a couple of bucks and works like you wont believe.
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Old 09-18-2006, 11:53 AM
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I don't know "what" you guys who use this clear Contact shelf paper are painting with but everytime I've used it,it was a DISASTER. I'll NEVER use it again. Maybe some quick AB work or something but you go and lay out a kandy graphic with and see what happens.
The quality masking is cheap if you buy from a major supplier like Ameriban or some others. Paying for it at the paint store is outragous and after a couple of phone calls, I get a good deal and the good stuff.
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