5200 removal

Aaron&NikkiAaron&Nikki Posts: 136 Officer
Finished up a project on my boat last night, and this morning I noticed that I got some 5200 on the deck.

anybody have a good solution for getting this stuff off without damaging the gelcoat?

Thanks

Aaron

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  • Salty Dawg44Salty Dawg44 Homosassa, FLPosts: 985 Officer
    I cut it off with a sharp wood chisel if it has cured, if not, try acetone.

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  • FlatsBoyFlatsBoy Posts: 1,348 Officer
    De bond 2000 will work on that also will help if you ever need to remove 5200!

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    http://www.marineformula.com/uses.html
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