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    traction pad removal?

    Anyone got any good tricks to remove a traction pad and all of the goo it leaves behind?
    Last edited by Brode; Mar 11, 2013 at 02:36 AM.

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    patience, heat gun/hair dryer, dull razorblade, goo-gone/goof-off, more patience, & elbow grease.

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    Quote Originally Posted by njsurfer42 View Post
    patience, heat gun/hair dryer, dull razorblade, goo-gone/goof-off, more patience, & elbow grease.
    I have goof-off but heard that can really mess up your board...Is there a safer way?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brode View Post
    I have goof-off but heard that can really mess up your board...Is there a safer way?
    normal wax remover works too.

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    De Solve it. I use it to remove wax residue. It is all natural citrus oil and has never hurt any of my boards.

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    Goo gone wont hurt your board. Never tried goo off before. Let it sit for a while then take the flat edge of a wax comb or an old drivers license (my preference ) and scrape away. Might have to repeat a cpl times.