Cameron RDS

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Yeah I use a solvent like de zov all. Usually hit it once, but if it is stubborn, second time the charm. I have seen the spray cans that look interesting but I've never had that much of a problem with gum. However, I'd like to know a 100 percent remedy for all paint...

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I use matrix release works great I ad about a 1/2 cup to my pre spray and it will usually come out during the rinse with the wand if it doesn't than I go back to the gum spot and use some release directly on it and use a skark tool and really wand that area. Almost always it comes out with the wand during the rinse.
 
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I usually never have trouble removing gum, and I remove a lot of it in the restaurants that I clean. The heat from truckmount melts it away, I do have to go over it a lot sometimes 10-12 times as the gum spreads around and sticks to glide on wand.
 
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I use De-Solv-All , and the Shark Tool , however sometimes it may need a second application , either way , never met a gum spot I couldn't get out. Movie Theaters are horrible and restaurants as well. Good Luck!
 

Ken Raddon

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The Gun and Cuff. 30 to 60 seconds per piece and no dangerous chems.
 
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Crank up the presuure takes 30-60 seconds with a wand
Or zipper.....and a kero heater!!!!
Wwometimes use wd 40 but rarely.....
my customer use wd40 on gum and let it there for some time now there is a spot there bigger then the gum what do you use to take off all of the residue that is left from the wd40 and gum