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how to remove bluetack from speakers

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Super Wammer

hi,

I have some old brit veneer speakers that have some very old blue tack on the underside. can anyone suggest a good way of removing the blue tack without damaging the veneer?

many thanks,

Graham.

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Fresh(er) Blutak dragged across it or pressed on and then peeled off will sometimes do the trick

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Super Wammer

WARM hairdryer the roll it off with a finger.

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Fresh(er) Blutak dragged across it or pressed on and then peeled off will sometimes do the trick

Yep, and rub the new blu tak to get some warmth in it. Helps adhere to the old.

........Christ my life's collapsed.

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Super Wammer

Thanks chaps will give it a try

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Yep, and rub the new blu tak to get some warmth in it. Helps adhere to the old.

........Christ my life's collapsed.

:D Yes that works a treat, I did that on exactly the same task. And very well explained!

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Super Wammer

hi guys, thanks for all the advice. Heating the old blu-tak with a hairdryer and rolling it off with a new blob of blu-tak worked brilliantly, all evidence is now removed!

Thanks for the top tip!

Graham.

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