mlped at qwest.net
Wed Feb 27 08:23:23 EST 2002
Actually Taka, the 3M material is put on (i.e. the adhesive backing
'releases' or 'activates) with an alcohol/H2O solution.
I hate to admit this, but since Igor has already forced me to disclose the
size of my fingers in general, and "Big thumbs" in particular, I um err
"dropped' one of my spare euro lens assemblies mit stoneguard installed.
The 3M stuff may be good, but it won't save a lens from a 3' fall to a
Since I had a second "un-3M'd" lens, I found I could remove the cover the
same way it was put on, i.e. alcohol & water, and was lucky enough to have
enough "adhesive" remain on the material to reinstall it on the spare
This BTW is just another reason not to let your friends party and drink on
your clear bra. One dropped vodka Martini, and watch out the bra could be
From: TM [mailto:t44tq at mindspring.com]
Sent: Tuesday, February 26, 2002 9:40 PM
Do I use Igor's preferred type, vodka? I've used vodka for
other purposes, incl. as an antiseptic (in a pinch).
I just picked up some goo-gone, maybe I'll see how well it works
once I get the Stongard off the lamp.
From: mlp [mailto:mlped at qwest.net]
Sent: Tuesday, February 26, 2002 10:42 PM
To: t44tq at mindspring.com
Cc: 200q20v at audifans.com
No Taka. Put it on the headlight.
From: "TM" <t44tq at mindspring.com>
To: "'Gary Anderson'" <wanemardo at attbi.com>; <200q20v at audifans.com>
> Gary, et al.:
> Any help on how to remove the Stongard that is on my headlights now so
> I can install the new stuff? What should I use to remove the old
> A big thanks to Gary for starting this whole dialogue with Stongard
> and a big thanks to Stongard for replacing my existing film with the
> new stuff.
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