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removeing eva grip

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I would have to agree , cut the grip four times and try to get under one of the strips of the grip and peel it off. Also if you dont want to have all that toxic epoxy dust flying around and so forth. You might want to apply so low temp heat from a hair dryer or hot water. Be very carefull with the heat, this should aid in the removal of the glue with out damaging the blank. I have had a lot of success with those two techniques and have never damaged a blank using them. Good luck biggrin.gif

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