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Unread 05-04-2013, 03:49 PM   #1
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Hi everyone I am prepping the interior for monstaliner and in having trouble getting the sound deadener? Glue stuff that's under the aluminum foil looking stuff off the floor boards. I used a heat gun and have gotten the majority but how in the world do I get it all off so I can sand it

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Hi everyone I am prepping the interior for monstaliner and in having trouble getting the sound deadener? Glue stuff that's under the aluminum foil looking stuff off the floor boards. I used a heat gun and have gotten the majority but how in the world do I get it all off so I can sand it
putty knife, scraper, and elbow grease

maybe try using a citrus based cleaner to break down the glue

or just prime and line over them?
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A 4.5" grinder with a wire wheel would work
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A 4.5" grinder with a wire wheel would work
^^^ It does - sort of -

The wire wheel starts stringing out the glue stuff.
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Unread 05-04-2013, 07:45 PM   #6
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Ok thanks guys for the suggestions I watched a video on YouTube and the guy was freezing it with some sort of spray and chipping it off so I went and can't find anything like that at Walmart or the auto stores but I bought some 3m adhesive remover and I will give it another crack tomorrow with that and I'm guessing the eat gun and elbow grease! Thanks again!
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^^^ Mobbin beat me to it.
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Oh how I wish I could have found dry ice within 100 miles of where I live I would have bought some as its pretty inexpensive but that wasn't an option so I went back at it with a heat gun and scraper. Got quite a bit more of it out and then tried the 3m adhesive remover, mek, and finally what worked to get the last little bits off was gasoline. There is still a lot under the drivers side brake and gas petal I think I'll just line right over that but the rest of the spots it's pretty much cleaned out. Next weekend ill be sanding andeeather permitting the weekend after ill be painting it. Worst part has defiantly been the glue. Thanks again for the suggestions!
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