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    I had to change the disc on my 12" bench sander and what a hard time I had getting the old glue off. Had to end up removing the aluminum wheel and putting it flat on a table. I tried everything and ended up using brakleen and a razor blade scraper. Anybody every use any other chemicals to take the glue off? I tried alcohol, wd-40, 2+2 etc, but the brakleen worked the best and not very good at that
    Scott
    HMW [Heavy Metal welding]

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    I use GOO GONE to clean up my 12" disc. Spray it on and let it sit a few minutes then it comes right off with a razor blade...Bob

    Goo Gone

    For all those gooey, sticky, gummy, greasy cleaning problems. Removes chewing gum, grease, tar stickers, labels, tape residue, oil, blood, lipstick and mascara, shoe polish, crayon, bumper stickers. Works on carpets, upholstery, clothing, wood, and cement.
    Available in: 1 oz. (item GG89), 4 oz. (item GG44), 8 oz. (item GG12), 32 oz. (item GZ92), 128 oz. (item GG01), 55 gal. drum (item GG55)
    Last edited by aametalmaster; 09-12-2007, 09:06 PM. Reason: added info
    Bob Wright

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    • #3
      Thanks, who sells it i never heard of it
      Scott
      HMW [Heavy Metal welding]

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      • #4
        WD-40 may not be good for penetrating stuck bolts or lubricating guns, but it works good at removing sticky glue residues. Spray it on and let it set for a minute or two and then wipe it off. Try it!

        Take care,

        CW Grizz

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        • #5
          i use m.e.k. to remove all kinds of funky. it works well on dried paint too. can be found at paint stores and home box stores(home depot...etc..)
          welder_one

          nothing fancy, just a few hot glue guns for metal
          www.sicfabrications.com

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          • #6
            Thanks guys, that was the tuffest glue i have ever seen, maybe heat did it
            Scott
            HMW [Heavy Metal welding]

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            • #7
              cleaning glue off a 12" sander "Hey I know"

              I know what works well.Contact cement remover,or Fabric softener,or Finger nail polish remover.Tried and test by me of course.

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              • #8
                Laquer thinner, it is a combination of Acetone, Toluene, and MEK,& Xylene it will do a better job of dissolving the glue than the other products mentioned, which are mainly mineral spirits. For mild glue disolves, like stickers, they are great as they are not so aggresive, but the the tuff stuff, go with the Laquer thinner. here is a material data sheet, Paul


                M A T E R I A L S A F E T Y D A T A S H E E T
                DURATEC LAQUER THINNER 797 Page: 1
                PRODUCT NAME: DURATEC LAQUER THINNER 797 HMIS CODES: H F R P
                PRODUCT CODE: 39LAC-1 2 3 0 H
                D.O.T. PROPER SHIPPING NAME: PAINT RELATED MATERIAL, 3, UN1263, PGII
                ================== SECTION I - MANUFACTURER IDENTIFICATION =================
                MANUFACTURER'S NAME: DURA TECHNOLOGIES, INC.
                ADDRESS : 2720 SOUTH WILLOW AVE.
                BLOOMINGTON, CA 92316
                EMERGENCY PHONE : 800-424-9300 DATE PRINTED : 01/30/07
                INFORMATION PHONE : 909-877-8477 NAME OF PREPARER : Richard Stewart
                ========== SECTION II - HAZARDOUS INGREDIENTS/SARA III INFORMATION =========
                VAPOR PRESSURE WEIGHT
                REPORTABLE COMPONENTS CAS NUMBER mm Hg @ TEMP PERCENT
                ALIPHATIC HYDROCARBON 64742-89-81 24 60 37.6
                ACGIH TLV: 400 OSHA VPEL: 400 PPM
                METHYL ETHYL KETONE 78-93-3 70 68 21.3
                OSHA PEL: 200 PPM, ;ACGIH TLV: 200 PPM
                ORAL LD50 (RAT) = 2.7-5.6 g/kg ;DERMAL LD50 5-13 g/Kg (RABBIT)
                DOT RQ: 5000 LBS
                BUTYL ACETATE NORMAL 98% 123-86-4 13 68 14.1
                OSHA PEL: 150, ;ACGIH TLV: 150,
                ISOBUTYL ACETATE 110-19-0 0 0 11.1
                ACGIH TLV: 150 PPM
                ISOPROPYL ALCOHOL 67-63-0 33 77 10.1
                OSHA & ACGIH TWA: 400 PPM ;OSHA & ACGIH STEL: 500 PPM
                * DIMETHYL BENZENE (XYLENE) 1330-20-7 5.1 68 5.8
                ACGIH TLV: 100PPM, : OSHA PEL 100 PPM
                TOLUENE 108-88-3 42 77 0.1
                ACGIH TLV: 100
                * Indicates toxic chemical(s) subject to the reporting requirements of section
                313 of Title III and of 40 CFR 372.
                NOTE: A ZERO IN THE WEIGHT PERCENT COLUMN INDICATES THAT THERE IS LESS THAN
                ONE-HALF OF ONE PERCENT PRESENT.
                WARNING ! THERE ARE CERTIAN HEALTH HAZARDS INVOLVED WITH HANDLING AND STORING
                THIS MATERIAL. PLEASE READ AND FOLLOW THE SAFTY RECOMMENDATIONS PUT FORWARD ON
                THIS MSDS.
                =============== SECTION III - PHYSICAL/CHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS ============
                BOILING RANGE: 175 deg F - 279 SPECIFIC GRAVITY (H2O=1): 0.80
                VAPOR DENSITY: HEAVIER THAN AIR EVAPORATION RATE: SLOWER THAN ETHER
                COATING VOC: 6.67 lb/gl
                MATERIAL V.O.C.: 6.67 lb/gl
                SOLUBILITY IN WATER: negligible
                APPEARANCE AND ODOR: CLEAR SOLVENT WITH STRONG CHEMICAL ODOR
                ================= SECTION IV - FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD DATA
                More Spark Today Pleasesigpic

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