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wsdud

How to get glue off of decal

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wsdud

A few of my malibu letters are coming off so i thought i would just take them all off, but the glue from them is still on the decal so can anyone tell me how to get the glue off the decal . I just don't want to damage the decal so i am not sure if i can use thinner.

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apexeon

I don't have any professional experience as I am not a boat dealer or decal expert but I would try good ole WD40. It's light and I think would be fine for your purpose. After you get the sticky off wash with dish soap to remove the WD40 residue.

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justhrowit

Rubbing alcohol

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outkastzkerry

go to your local car paint shop and get a can of ur-50 is works great.. just peal all the stickers off where u just have the glue use a scott-tower with the ur 50 and rub till it comes off... also u can use a straight blade with the ur50... to use the blade u (dont scrape) put the blade flat on the boat without cutting into ur gelcoat and run it across the glue and the glue will ball up and u can wipe it off

but what ever u use make sure u wash it after so nothing is sitting on the gel coat and ruin it

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wsdud
Rubbing alcohol

well remember i still want the decal to stay on, the malibu letters were over the decal so i want to get the glue off the decal and i dont want whatever i use to damage or loosen the decal

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Malibuman

The makers of contact cement has some great stuff that takes of that sticky part. Works to get contact cement out of carpet! Whistling.gif

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