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www.wikihow.com/Remove-Epoxy

How to Remove Epoxy. Epoxy is a permanent adhesive used on many types of surfaces, from plastic to metal. Once epoxy has hardened, removing it can be tricky. Epoxy starts in a liquid state. As it is mixed, the substance's temperature heats...

www.crosslinktech.com/.../tips-and-tricks/how-to-remove-cured-epoxy-or-polyurethane.html

How to remove cured Epoxy or Polyurethane At best it is difficult to remove cured material without damaging the encapsulated components. In certain instances however, where the embedded component is reusable, such as an encapsulated conductor, it is worth while to remove the encapsulant and reclaim the embedded part. ...

www.hunker.com/13421925/how-to-remove-dried-epoxy-resin

Dried epoxy resin can be pretty hard to remove. However, as epoxy in general is a difficult substance to deal with, the removal process actually should take place after the epoxy has dried, but before it has cured. The curing takes place after the epoxy has dried in the hours and days following...

www.fishmancorp.com/remove-cured-epoxy

When it comes to removing cured epoxy from substrates, there are essentially three options: Heating the epoxy Epoxy starts as a liquid and becomes a hardened solid as it heats up when it is mixed. To remove epoxy, it can be heated to get it back to its liquid, or softened, state. From the liquid state, the epoxy can be scraped from the surface.

www.doityourself.com/stry/8-tips-for-removing-epoxy-adhesive

8 Ways to Remove Epoxy Adhesive 8 Ways to Remove Epoxy Adhesive. Epoxy adhesives and epoxy resins versatile substances for bonding and attaching. However, knowing how to use epoxy properly is the key to preventing the adhesive from going where you don't want it and potentially causing messes and damage. ... You can use vinegar to remove cured ...

www.microtonano.com/TIN-Removing-Cured-Epoxy.php

Removing Cured Epoxy. Introduction Epoxies have a wide range of applications in microscopy sample preparation and vacuum chamber feedthroughs or leak repairs. One of the advantages of cured epoxy is that it provides a permanent and strong bond in embedding and adhesive applications.

www.westsystem.com/instruction-2/epoxy-basics/clean-up-removing

How to safely clean up spilled epoxy resin or hardener, deal with leftover mixed epoxy, remove cured epoxy from surfaces, and dispose of epoxy containers. How to safely clean up spilled epoxy resin or hardener, deal with leftover mixed epoxy, remove cured epoxy from surfaces, and dispose of epoxy containers ... Always buy WEST SYSTEM products ...

www.tedpella.com/technote_html/Reworking_Cured_Epoxy.pdf

needing to rework, remove or “decapsu-late” the cured epoxy. This document lists several techniques which have shown to be effective tools in removing cured epoxy from substrates. 1. Chlorinated solvent is the most aggres-sive way to attack cured epoxy. Methylene chloride (dichloromethane) has shown the most success but does require the ...