Re: canopy

Richard Thomson

    Hi Chris,

    Have you tried painting more canopy protect over the existing coating, letting it dry then trying to pull it off. Its worked for me in the past.

    Rich T.

On 13/04/2022 01:26, Mike Steinsland wrote:

I have used a rubber wheel specifically designed to remove plastic pin striping and decals off of automotive paint finishes. Just attach it to something as simple as a drill.
I think I have one in the shop I'll check it tomorrow for a part number 
They are pretty cheap and dont hurt the paint. Most auto paint shops will have them, might even find one at C Tire.

Try it on a corner and see how it works.
You may go through a few of them on something the size of a canopy.

On Tue., Apr. 12, 2022, 8:14 p.m. dflybldr, <tebhall@...> wrote:
no ammonia!!!!

On Tue, Apr 12, 2022 at 4:02 PM Rick Hole via <> wrote:
For the laminate on car windows ammonia works

Sonia (1953-2020) & Rick

On Tue, Apr 12, 2022, 4:36 PM Chris Walterson <dkeats@...> wrote:
  I am working on another project and am trying to remove the protective
coating on the windows. The spray on protective coating seems to be very
thin. If I heat enough to soften the bottom, the covering is too soft
and rips. Tried WD40, hair blower and even put it in the bath tub with
warm water.  With a wood stir stick it took about three hrs to half do
one side.

  I think I will try denatured alcohol next and if that doesn't work I
will try straight alcohol       in me.

Any suggestions??  Thanks  Chris

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