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tomstanforster

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PostSubject: silicone   silicone EmptyMon Mar 07 2011, 16:24

how can i get silicone off my paint work due to the last owner being a pleb and sticking the scuff strips on with it
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ra man

ra man

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PostSubject: Re: silicone   silicone EmptyMon Mar 07 2011, 21:33

use petrol tongue


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matty_mk1

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PostSubject: Re: silicone   silicone EmptyMon Mar 07 2011, 21:39

heat gun and a microfibre should have it off. if not use abit of tar remover.
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ra man

ra man

Male Number of posts : 119
Age : 39
Location : Cambridge
Drives : mk2 20v, defender 90, ccm r30, yzf r6
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PostSubject: Re: silicone   silicone EmptyMon Mar 07 2011, 21:48

matty_mk1 wrote:
heat gun and a microfibre should have it off. if not use abit of tar remover.
ahh man all these blisters for nothing Razz
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bridgedubber

bridgedubber

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Age : 34
Location : Sutton Bridge, Lincolnshire
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PostSubject: Re: silicone   silicone EmptyTue Mar 08 2011, 14:15

tar remover, petrol
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Tiz



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PostSubject: Re: silicone   silicone EmptyTue Mar 08 2011, 15:09

petrol! because it dissolves silicone.
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