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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 09-19-2012, 02:47 PM Thread Starter
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Duck Boat Project

I just purchased a grumman 1649 ..I am in the process of striping it and doing a camo job ...replaced the rear deck and front deck ...the center of the boat where console is has carpet on floor and sides ..

My question is what would be the easiest way to remove the glue from the aluminum when i peel carpet out ...

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Re: Duck Boat Project

aircraft stripper or a heat gun then scrape it

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Re: Duck Boat Project

Might wanna just hit the floor with a light sanding and leave some glue remnants... For traction. I've got to figure something out for my aluminum floor in that regard. In cold months any water on that floor will freeze and it will become a skating rink without something for traction.
Just a duck boat and will get muddy anyhow. lol... Good luck!
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