No, I wasn't expecting private responses. My program was giving me trouble.
In fact it STILL doesn't show my original post. If someone can repost the
responses here, I would appreciate it.
REPOST of missing earlier post --
Stubby wrote, "But you could try a hairdryer (CAREFUL!!!) to soften the
I believe this is worth a try since most contact cements as used on the
appliques are heat sensitive. Method I would use is to warm the area with a
hair drier, pick up a corner using a knife blade, then gradually peel the
applique off while gripping it with tweezers or pliers, all the while,
keeping the immediate area pretty warm with a hair drier. As Stubby said,
be careful not to apply enough heat it to affect the plastic of the tub.
In that case, in summary. Goo-gone, napthaline (lighter fluid) or something
with xylene in it. Test anything on a small spot first, fiberglass can be
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