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Removing a signature is epoxied over

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How would you go about removing a signature on a blank that has been finished over? I was thinking of just sanding it down to the blank and removing it that way - then refinishing the spot. Will that leave a mark on the blank. From past experience scuff marks 'disappear' once they are finished over. But I have never had to do this much to the blank either though.

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Being somewhat lazy, I would wrap over the signature with black or NCP thread, put a couple thin coats of Flex-Coat on the wrap and call it a day smile.gif

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maybe a nice little striped bass sticker before the second flexcoat...just never figured out how to tell from looking at the sticker if it's a schoolie or a 50!!

 

 

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Removing it will require some heat to soften the epoxy. Then a razor to slice a cut down its length held so it will not cut into the blank. The epoxy should peel off pretty easily. Then you'd need to lightly sand off any uneven spots and remove the signature with some alcohol or acetone.

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