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Old 25-06-2014, 00:11   #1
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Getting polymarine off of PVC

Hi gang,

I recently glued two Weaver davit pads on the side of a PVC dinghy. I used the two-part Polymarine adhesive for PVC. The pads are stuck fine, but I made a bad mess out of it and the glue smeared and dripped on the sides of the boat in a bunch of places. I tried acetone and another solvent to get it off, but it doesn't budge. What's the easiest way to clean up the dried adhesive?

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Old 25-06-2014, 06:39   #2
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Re: Getting polymarine off of PVC

Look up the MDS for Polymarine, it may give you some clues.

Also look up same info for PVC to avoid a solvent that will eat PVC.
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