|rhys haines||14/10/2008 19:53:00|
|32 forum posts|
with past experience of removing many a sanding disk i used a wallpaper scraper- the rigid type to lift away a small edge, then using a squeezy bottle filled with thinners or something similar, squirt some down behind the disk using the scraper to peel it away as you work your way down. when finished, wipe the surface of the plate with a rag dampened with thinners
|Nancy Brown 1||07/04/2018 07:19:35|
13 forum posts
Use a heat gun. You can easily remove glue from a disk sander.
|derek willis 1||07/04/2018 09:24:18|
62 forum posts
There is nothing better than Cellulose thinners.
|Ron Davis||07/04/2018 17:40:34|
1580 forum posts
I go with the heat gun and some whitespirit after. Gets barcode labels as well.
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