43661Re: Help needed
- May 31, 2005Doubt it. Try to desolve small samples. I would bet that anything
that desolved the silicoe would trash the lexan.
Try gentle heat with a hair dryer, maybe?
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Bjørn Harbo <bharbo@o...> wrote:
> The silicone remains on the windows themselves - not on the hull
> which removing that awful stuff was real easy).
> On Tue, 2005-05-31 at 13:37 -0700, Bruce Hallman wrote:
> > > Scraping of the sealant from six BIG windows is one h... of a
> > Could you run a router with a straight bit around the edges of
> > the window openings, and cut the silicone out?
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