- How to remove dried contact cement
This is my first question ever to you. We have removed a shower caddy in our single stall bathroom. Unfortunately, it left behind a very hard contact glue, on the shower surface. We have tried to remove it with a product called Goo Gone, Vim and hard rubbing with no results. Have you any suggestions on how we might be able to remove this substance. Will anxiously await your reply.
Contact Cement or Construction Adhesive will come off much easier using a heat gun or a hair dryer and a flat putty knife scraper. Remove the balance with contact cement solvent.
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Article courtesy of: Shell Busey
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|December 8th, 2019|