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Old 28-07-2013, 10:50 PM   #1
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Rear Light Sealer Removal

I have taken the rear lights out my R33 and need to remove all the old sealer before they go back in, i have tried nearly everything to get this stuff off but in this hot weather its a nightmare, any ideas what i can put on it to remove it.
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Sometimes thinners will work if used lightly
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I've been rubbing and i've been pulling - for ages, this stuff stretches more than a whores ........! Tried Thinners, No joy. Must be something out there that gets rid of it.
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I used a 10mm wood chisel ti scrape mine off

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scrape the worst of it off, i used an old kitchen knife. then get some solvent panel wipe or solvent degreaser, you can get it from any part supplier that supplies paint aswell. worked perfectly for me and ive never found any sealer that this stuff wont take off, its what we use in the trade to clean the car down before spraying it, takes tar off and everything is great stuff
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