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Old 12-04-2017, 12:44 PM
6adan 6adan is offline
 
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Default Glue on windscreen

I have a RV6A that is getting close to flying. When we pulled the plastic off the windscreen there is some tape glue left on it from where we did the glass work. I need to know is what would be safe to use to remove the glue?

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Old 12-04-2017, 01:14 PM
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I have a RV6A that is getting close to flying. When we pulled the plastic off the windscreen there is some tape glue left on it from where we did the glass work. I need to know is what would be safe to use to remove the glue?

Thanks Dannie
The -7 instructions say to use mineral spirits. It will not damage the canopy. Worked well for me.
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