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Old 12-18-2007, 07:13 AM
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Default Removing Pro-Seal

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For those that have had to remove the T-408 cover plate inorder to safety wire the fuel pickup tubes (SB 06-2-23), what is the best method to remove/clean the cured pro-seal. I confess that I used the "more is better" method. Now I wish I had been a little neater.

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Mike Morris
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Try http://www.rpm-technology.com/Poly-Gone.htm I understand that it works well on 870,890,14XX tank and RTV sealers without all the nasty scrapeing.
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Old 12-20-2007, 06:56 PM
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Default Remove pro seal

High grade paint remover works well. Use plastic scrapers. Final removal with scotch pads. Wash thouroughly after removal. El Dorado Chemicals also carries a removal liquid specifically for pro seal. Effective and nasty.
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