Features January 2017 Issue

PS Tests Adhesive Removers

Re-Mov gives 100% bond strength after silicone removal.

Many years ago, one of our editors had an old wooden boat with lovely wooden handrails just inside the companionway that his sailing partner decided could use new varnish. The original coat, which was peeling around the base and worn where hands had gripped it, was sanded smooth and meticulously coated with varnish. Subsequent coats were applied according to the process that had served well for years—varnish, scuff, wipe, varnish, scuff, wipe . . . repeat.

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