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vishu.aps
10-23-2014, 02:57 PM
I need some urgent help..
actually i have this tenergy 05 rubber being kept in my black stiga cover last week... between it and the stiga cover, was a spounge having wet glue...

i eventually didn't notice... later on when i opened my case.. i found the rubber is sticked with the cover... and when i de-attached them.. i found this...

My tenergy got the black colour of my stiga cover...now how to remove this colour...
please give some definite solutions... i dont wanna lose this rubber... its too expensive... u knw... :(

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jhingapuri
10-23-2014, 03:31 PM
Steps to Remove the Stain:

The easiest thing to try is a regular pencil eraser. It’s perfect for removing marks and smudges from rubber and works like a charm! Use white erasers as the pink ones may leave pink smudges.
If a regular pencil eraser doesn’t work, try a Mr. Clean Magic Eraser (http://www.howtocleanstuff.net/MagicEraser) or similar product. Simply moisten the sponge and rub it over the stained area.
If that doesn’t do it, grab your safety goggles and move on to the next step.
Mix four parts water with one part bleach in a cup or small bowl. You will need less than ΒΌ cup of the finished solution, so only mix a small amount.
Wearing eye protection, moisten a white cloth with the mixture. Do not use a colored cloth. You will likely transfer color from the cloth to the watch band and make your problem worse.
Carefully dab the bleach against the stain on the watch band. Don’t over apply the bleach or leave it for more than a few seconds or you may damage the rubber.
If needed, increase the strength of the solution by adding a bit more bleach. Do this in small increments to expose the rubber watchband to as little bleach as necessary.
Blot and repeat as necessary if you see improvement.
Once the stain is removed, rinse the band well with water to remove all the bleach residue.
If the stain remains, mix the Rit Dye Remover with a small amount of water to make a paste.
Spread the paste onto the stained area and allow it to set for a minute.
Rinse with water and dry with a soft cloth.
Repeat if necessary.

Rajah*
10-24-2014, 12:07 PM
Do not use eraser lol.. you're goin to damage the top sheet.
StepS 1-13 do not follow!

Forget about the stain it wont hurt the performance of the rubber.. just wipe it gently with wet cloth to remove the glue then let it dry. Apply thin layer of oliveoil let it dry (3x application of olive then let it stand overnight)

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vishu.aps
10-24-2014, 03:16 PM
Do not use eraser lol.. you're goin to damage the top sheet.
StepS 1-13 do not follow!

Forget about the stain it wont hurt the performance of the rubber.. just wipe it gently with wet cloth to remove the glue then let it dry. Apply thin layer of oliveoil let it dry (3x application of olive then let it stand overnight)

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can u please mention why oliveoil ??
what will it do to my rubber??

UpSideDownCarl
10-24-2014, 03:20 PM
Okay, I don't get it, why did you make two threads for this same thing. Isn't one thread enough?

vishu.aps
10-24-2014, 03:25 PM
actually i posted this one first... but due to un-related Title of the post, no one was actually reading it..
so i tried changing the title.. but it seemed that its nt possible...
so i posted another one with the appropriate title....
the problem is so technical.. and i want the solution so so so urgently.. so i had to..



i hope u understand :)

UpSideDownCarl
10-24-2014, 03:29 PM
Then, what you do is write another comment in your thread so that it gets bumped to the top of the forum list.

Anyway, I just posted another comment in your other thread on this same subject giving you more information.