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Old 06-14-2005, 09:45 AM   #1
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Shoe-Goo Removal

I recently put together a pack of GP3300s and I incorrectly did it. I do not know what I was thinking..

I've recently started using Shoe-Goo for my packs and it is awesome. It is super strong.

But, how do I safely remove it?
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I recently put together a pack of GP3300s and I incorrectly did it. I do not know what I was thinking..

I've recently started using Shoe-Goo for my packs and it is awesome. It is super strong.

But, how do I safely remove it?
It should just come right off if you loosen up one edge it should peel away pretty easy.
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you could also work a hobby knife between the cells to separate them then peal off the shoe go, carefull not to cut you cells shrink wrap. Shoe goo is supper strong but comes off easy once you peal up an edge
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you could also work a hobby knife between the cells to separate them then peal off the shoe go, carefull not to cut you cells shrink wrap. Shoe goo is supper strong but comes off easy once you peal up an edge

That's exactly what I do. I think it's the best way.
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Alright, thanks. Just making sure before I do something stupid.. again
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Also, the people that make Shoe Goo also have a liquid called Goo Gone that does a good job of loosening the stuff up, so it'll be easier to remove safely(just a few drops of it would do it). You can find it almost anywhere you can get Shoe-Goo(even WalMart)....
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