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  • How do You get adhesive off of Lexan?

    I have my youngest daughter working in my shop to teach her work ethics, how to be handy, and for spending money.

    I had errands to run and asked her to use the heat gun to warm up stickers on race car and pull off. When I got there she had the stickers off, but the adhesive was there and she was scraping off with single edge blades before I stopped her. Turns out the heat gun was tripping the circuit so she didn't use and pulled off cold.

    Years ago my son used adhesive remover and that clouded the Lexan, so that isn't going to work. Any ideas?
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    Try WD-40.. Spray on the rag then remove the glue... I think I did that once.. Try on a edge to make sure it doesn't cloud the Lexan.. But I think it will work...
    Mack Reeves
    FS/C 2377
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    • #3
      I'll give it a shot

      Thanks
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      • #4
        Actually use adhesive remover that I bought at an auto paint supplies store with a micro fiber cloth, quickly washed off with soap and water, and followed up with Plexus spray polish.
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