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Rapid Remover to the rescue

Discussion in 'General Signmaking Topics' started by SCOTTD, Oct 18, 2009.

  1. SCOTTD

    SCOTTD Member

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    This stuff is amazing !!!

    if you have leftover glue from vinyl removal there is only solution Rapid remover.

    I had tried everything and nothin worked without tons of rubbing, scraping etc...

    this stuff you spray it on set a minute or 2 and squeegee it off!!

    I have seen several posts on how to remove adhesive .

    this is by far the best!!!
     
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  2. Craig Sjoquist

    Craig Sjoquist Major Contributor

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    Agrees ... don't know about all your towns but here in Orlando I see lots of redone signage with new names and words .... with glue left on ... egad does it get UGLY after few months
    I would not get paid if I left it on ... does not understand how others can
     
  3. BobM

    BobM Very Active Member

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    I love those trucks I see going down the road with new lettering and "layered dirt" on adhesive that wasn't properly removed. Very professional, NOT.
     
  4. B Snyder

    B Snyder Very Active Member

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    Rapid Remover is great. "Orange Peel" adhesive remover works well too. Plus it costs a little less and smells better.
     
  5. d fleming

    d fleming Very Active Member

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    zep has a good remover as well.
     
  6. TheSnowman

    TheSnowman Major Contributor

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    That 3M citrus stuff in the aerosol can is nice too. Same work, different smell...better.
     
  7. diamondavenue

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    Used vinyl off with good results also. The rapid line in general are pretty good products.
     
  8. omgsideburns

    omgsideburns Very Active Member

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    anything that smells citrusy is good in my book.. yum.
     
  9. The Sign Dude

    The Sign Dude Active Member

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    I have used oops on occasion if I run out of Glue off with no problems at all. Well, I bought a new can of oops and noticed the Goof Off brand name on the can. I tried it on a scrap piece of alumacorr and what do you know, it took the paint off. That is some hot stuff.
     
  10. jfiscus

    jfiscus Map Wraster

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    X2 on the gelled remover inthe aerosol, I just hate buying a case to get one can.
     
  11. Malkin

    Malkin Very Active Member

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    I use the citrus based remover from Max Professional. Seems to work great!
     
  12. John L

    John L Very Active Member

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    Has anyone tried Greased Lightening? It's worked very well for us here. Cleans the yellow off of polycarb and vinyl awnings too. $11 a gallon at Sams Club.
     
  13. auto accents sc

    auto accents sc Member

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    We use greased lightening for chalky trailers and box trucks.
     
  14. Dane DeFord

    Dane DeFord Member

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    Another thumbs up for Rapid Remover. Also if removes road tar on contact.... check it out!

    Dane
     
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