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    Post Spray Adhesives

    Anyone know the best way to remove spray adhesive from bare wood? The plan I have calls for using this to stick a pattern on the wood as a guide for band sawing a profile. Removing the adhesive completely is necessary since no finish will take right with residue remaining. In the absence of other advice I will try paint thinner.

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    I've successfully used "BrakeKleen" before. It leaves no residue.

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    I have used rubbing alcohol before and it seems to work well.

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    Lacquer thinner is the best solvent for removing adhesives, it's actually a thinner for most contact cements and acrylic adhesives. Just try to use it outdoors or in a well ventilated area safe from fire hazards.

    Millman

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