After u remove an over-label, what is the best/easiest way to remove the remaining glue residue? Can u use Goo Gone? Any thoughts would be appreciated. Thanks!
Thank you. I have definitely embraced the chipping experience. I love everything about it and all the knowledge in this forum is unbelievable. I started out looking to upgrade from my chipco set with a set of paulsons and have gone way beyond that. Now I clean my own chips, remove and replace inlays, and more. I am quickly becoming a chip master! Once I finish customizing my jack set I will send p0rn for sure. Gear replacement labels are in route!@Goldfish
I also want to say, Congratulations!!! I've been noticing some of the amazing effing chips you have been buying. In a very short time I've watched you acquire chips many of us dream about or simply can't afford.
Next level chipping bro! Seriously amazing sets you must be putting together. Whatever you are doing, I'm beyond intrigued and would love to see some pr0n when you are ready. Or you could show some now?!?
In any case, amazing purchases, amazing chips. I'm thinking you have got quite a nice collection already.
I know acetone is a huge no-no for chips. It will dissolve them in large quantities but in small it will start to break down chips. I don't know about the stuff you recommended but I'd be leary of any solvent.Goo gone is awful, leaves a greasy residue. I’ve been in the art field since way back when, and the solvent we always used to clean up wax and sticky adhesives was Bestine. It’s a solvent of 100% heptane, which when put on a soft cloth, removes everything with no residue. It also evaporates CRAZY fast (which makes it flammable as well). However, it is safe on everything I’ve ever used it on, including plastics.
Heptane can also be found in some carburetor cleaners, check the label.
The only glue that it will not work on is a hardened brittle glue like dried super glue, elmers, or epoxy.
If it’s a soft gooey sticky residue, NOTHING compares to Bestine.
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