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Removing fly mesh window net glue/adhesive from UPVC


King Mustard

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King Mustard

Please see the photo attached to this post.

This has been there for around two years.

I have tried applying WD-40 for a few minutes before attempting to scratch away with kitchen roll and my fingernails but it's not budged.

Any ideas

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Clearview Lee
11 hours ago, King Mustard said:

Please see the photo attached to this post.

This has been there for around two years.

I have tried applying WD-40 for a few minutes before attempting to scratch away with kitchen roll and my fingernails but it's not budged.

Any ideas

IMG_20210531_200538.thumb.jpg.9ac40c7a8e653fa65ded4824c5997c38.jpg

I’m trying to work out from the picture where it is exactly. If it’s in an inconspicuous area, I’d spray some Ubik200 on it whilst carefully & skilfully use a blunt blade on it. Then, personally, I use Sovereign Contact Cleaner to remove any residue adhesive. 
 

This is pretty much all I carry other than Fairy. 
 

This is just my way. 

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On 31/05/2021 at 20:15, King Mustard said:

Please see the photo attached to this post.

This has been there for around two years.

I have tried applying WD-40 for a few minutes before attempting to scratch away with kitchen roll and my fingernails but it's not budged.

Any ideas

IMG_20210531_200538.thumb.jpg.9ac40c7a8e653fa65ded4824c5997c38.jpg

Sticky stuff remover or petrol

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