|Jun 10, 2012, 02:27 AM|
Best method to remove old EconoKote film?
Well, like the subject says, I am looking for the best way to remove some old Econokote from a skinned wing. I am pretty sure this film is the low temp variety.
I want to remove this stuff, it is old and saggy. I plan to glass the skins and need to get all the old stuff off. I started to just pull it back and the clear part of the film started to separate leaving the color stuck to the skin, so I tried briefly to apply heat but it did not seem to help.
|Jun 11, 2012, 05:38 PM|
United States, TX, Leander
Joined Sep 2003
I just finished doing this on an old ultra stick. Quite a bit of color was left behind even using heat. I tried wiping with acetone which DID remove more but it also imbeded some the color into the wood grain. Since I was recovering with ultracoat white, I couldnt have that. What I finally had to resort to was a heat gun and a blade. Heated up the color, then scraped lightly with a curved blade. Tedious but it got almost all of it off.
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