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RESTORE - ATION? MAYBE 14 Feb 2017 01:58 #70959

nsul8r25 wrote: After removing the anodizing with EZ Off oven cleaner... I used SOS pads. Real happy with the results...

Looking good Carey.

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That looks great.
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RESTORE - ATION? MAYBE 14 Feb 2017 01:12 #70958

:shades: Gonna keep that one in my goal line view Dave. Thanks for sharing. Looks like it's about to launch!
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RESTORE - ATION? MAYBE 13 Feb 2017 21:15 #70954

After removing the anodizing with EZ Off oven cleaner... I used SOS pads. Real happy with the results...

Looking good Carey.

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RESTORE - ATION? MAYBE 13 Feb 2017 17:01 #70950

Yay! Thanks Bikecop. On my next work day, I will go full speed ahead. B)

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RESTORE - ATION? MAYBE 13 Feb 2017 13:32 #70948

seaforrest wrote: I don't know if I was ever given authorization to use SOS pads to detail the interior of the boat, and if it is a sin, well then you can just blame Charlie for suggesting I use them on the adhesive. I got bored with the adhesive part and "accidentally" used one to start scrubbing the floor and all the grime and blemishes are coming right off! Now I do know that it creates its own imprint, however, I've always liked brushed alum. Hope I'm not causing anyone to grimace with horror. It looks like my seats may have been painted blue... I will use the dads on it to see if that comes up.



Oh yes.... and I LOVE my new boat cover. Thanks Don!


SOS pads were recommended by the factory.
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RESTORE - ATION? MAYBE 13 Feb 2017 00:29 #70936

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Excellent work w the SOS and the cover looks good from WV
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RESTORE - ATION? MAYBE 12 Feb 2017 23:48 #70935

I don't know if I was ever given authorization to use SOS pads to detail the interior of the boat, and if it is a sin, well then you can just blame Charlie for suggesting I use them on the adhesive. I got bored with the adhesive part and "accidentally" used one to start scrubbing the floor and all the grime and blemishes are coming right off! Now I do know that it creates its own imprint, however, I've always liked brushed alum. Hope I'm not causing anyone to grimace with horror. It looks like my seats may have been painted blue... I will use the dads on it to see if that comes up.



Oh yes.... and I LOVE my new boat cover. Thanks Don!

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RESTORE - ATION? MAYBE 12 Feb 2017 14:30 #70924

Congrats on what you've accomplished so far. I wonder if heating the adhesive up with a Bernzomatic torch will help. If you have one, how about trying a small spot and see if it softens it. Have a putty scraper handy if you try this. Also, if you do try this, please report back on any results. Good luck!
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RESTORE - ATION? MAYBE 12 Feb 2017 13:45 #70923

BBJ - That thing looks freakish scary! :unsure:

One thing is for sure though.... Y'all are THE BEST support group ever! Thanks for everything! Will hopefully figure out my beautiful boat cover today...And then will re-address the adhesive science experiment next weekend. :silly:

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RESTORE - ATION? MAYBE 12 Feb 2017 13:32 #70922

That mess looks like it will have to be peeled off by hand. Try a paint scraper/razor blade scraper. I've found Goof Off to be stronger than Goo Gone to remove adhesives.
www.walmart.com/ip/Goof-Off-Pro-Strength...772647&wl13=&veh=sem
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