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    how to remove glue from back of rubber

    right, i can't peel it, is there any chemical way to dissolve it(rubber based butterfly free chack) as i've tried peeling(it worked on the sriver so i tried and failed) and now the glue is a mess, is there any way to remedy it without having to get new rubber.
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    okay its like this, i do this very very often to reboost my hurricane fully:
    if you glue the rubber a lot there is a very thick layer of glue on your sponge. as thicker the layer of the glue as easier it is. then you have to take the glue and just brush it off with your hands very carefully. you have to kinda roll the glue of the sponge, do always small lines/stripes to not destroy the rubber.

    hahaha thats kinda hard for me to explain in english

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    Rub it gently with a dry cloth single strokes and be careful on the edges so as not to chip it accidentaly

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    Sometimes removing the glue is easy, but sometimes it's nearly impossible. I also a few times got blisters on my fingers from rubbing the glue of.

    What I found out works remarkably well is the Butterfly Remover: http://be.butterfly.tt/product_info....ver&cName=lijm

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    thanks for the help this forum is always useful for everything i need

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    Just rub it with a ping pong ball it's what so far I've found the easiest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr. tom
    Sometimes removing the glue is easy, but sometimes it's nearly impossible. I also a few times got blisters on my fingers from rubbing the glue of.

    What I found out works remarkably well is the Butterfly Remover: http://be.butterfly.tt/product_info....ver&cName=lijm
    Just wondering if you found this glue remover device works okay with other glues (besides Butterfly free chack)? I have this glue peeling problem with the Donic Vario glue as well, thanks!

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    I haven't tried it with Donic Vario glue, but it worked well with Tibhar Clean fix, Butterfly Free Chack II and some obscure Chinese glue I bought online. All three of those are regular water based glues

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    After I cut a new rubber, I keep the big part of the cut-out in my ruck. That is what I use to rub off old glue from blades or rubbers.

    Some Koreans keep some lighter fluid handy for this as well. That works great on glue build up on the blade, saves 10X the time.

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