Date: Tue, 1 Nov 2005 17:39:03 -0600
Reply-To: Scott Corey <scott@BSDPROPHET.ORG>
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From: Scott Corey <scott@BSDPROPHET.ORG>
Subject: Re: removing insulation adhesive
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Using M.E.K. (*Methyl* *ethyl* *ketone*) will do the trick. However, do
it in a well ventilated area and wear gloves! You can purchase it at any
good hardware store.
jake beaulieu wrote:
>I have removed the cabinets, refrigerator, etc from the interior of my AC 82
>Westy. This whole project started because I had a major mouse invasion
>complete with a cozy little nest built in the wall. Once I got everything
>cleaned up I just couldn't put it back together without hitting the rust
>with POR15, adding sound deadening material, and re-insulating with material
>that would not hold water vapor.
>I have removed the original insulation and am prepping the sheet metal to
>receive the sound deadening material. I am using some IceWatch stuff we
>talked about a couple of months ago. Anyway, I am finding that the adhesive
>that was used to hold the original insulation in place is very stubborn. I
>would like to get all of this off the sheet metal so the sound deadening
>material has a clean surface to adhere to. Have any of you found a good
>solvent for removing that junk?
Those who admire the massive, rigid bone structures of dinosaurs should
remember that jellyfish still enjoy their very secure ecological niche.
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