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  • #16
    Re: Belt sanding a painted surface

    Originally posted by The Wood Meister View Post

    As far as de-laminating Formica, lacquer thinner works fine. I knew one place that did tops but did not send end caps, You had to peel off the laminate from the sink cutout for the caps. (the guy was a real tightwad!) Lacquer thinner cut the glue in seconds and off it came! Let it dry for a few seconds, spray some 3M 90 on it and slap it on.

    Mark
    Hey Mark, I use brush/roll on water based laminate glue provided by my company. Does the lacquer thinner interfere with the app or curring of the glue at all do you know? I have always been scared to try it.

    Making you peel off the sink cut outs is nuts! I wonder what he did with the scraps in the shop.
    A good carpenter makes few mistakes, a great carpenter can fix his own.

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    • #17
      Re: Belt sanding a painted surface

      I'm not sure on the water based glue. We always used the gooie red stuff sprayed from a gun. You could try a little sample and see how it goes. Lacquer thinner is pretty good stuff and will dissolve most adhesives.

      Mark
      Congratulations to Mr. "the sky is falling" Al Gore, nominated the new Village Idiot!

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