What is the best way of removing baked on masking tape?
The tape has been stuck to glass for a year. The tape pulls off but
leaves the glue stuck to the glass.
How can I remove the glue without scratching?
If you think I'm going out in the paddock in a howling gale and
driving rain with an air temp just above 0C (so it is rain not snow)
with nothing on you can think again!
Of course for you the southern wussies where it never gets below 5C
and three wet snow flakes cause traffic chaos things may be different.
Dave. pam is missing e-mail
When all else fails with sticky residues and label glues I find that lighter
fluid normally shifts things. May well do the same for masking tape
email me at
richard at olifant d-ot co do-t uk
It will do - on the whole, most tape/lable adhesives fall into two
groups; those soluble in non-polar solvents (white spirit/light oils
etc), and those soluble in polar solvents (meths, isopropanol etc.).
My strategy is to try a polar solvent, and if it doesn't work try a non
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