It may. To tell you the truth, sitting it out in the direct sunlight could be half the battle in itself.201_Libby said:Hum.....dont have a heat gun. Think a hair dryer might work?
Yea, that might be enough heat to do it, since you don't want to burn it off, you just need to heat them enough to soften the adhesive, then take the residue adhesive off with some goo-gone or mineral spirits..201_Libby said:Hum.....dont have a heat gun. Think a hair dryer might work?
I took some off a 1977 boat that were on for over 20 years just peeling and using googoneGo 4 BROKE said:I used a chipping hammer...LOL No seriously, I just peeled mine off with my fingers. If you can get a corner or an edge up your good to go, patience is the key.
Commonly called an "Eraser" wheel.RSCHAP1 said:Yep That's what I was thinkin of
What's that thing called?
It is supposed to work well for such, right?
That's it! I also put on new #s saturday morning. Pulled out into the 90 degree sun for 30 minutes and they peeled right off. Cleaned up, waxed and stuck the new letters. Let the sunshine do the work.201_Libby said:Well I got them all off. Actually not as hard as I originally figured. Warmed up a little with the hairdryer and they came right off.