Tips for removing stencil paint from frame

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by msn, Mar 28, 2004.

  1. msn

    msn New User

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    Let's just say I was a bit over the top in applying the stencil ink. When I later took my Prince TT Warrior (nice white paint job) out of my bag, quite a bit of the red ink had migrated to the frame, which now have pink streaks all over.

    Simple household cleaner does not do much.

    Can I get it off without affecting the paint job underneath?

    Thanks

    msn
     
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  2. Swan Song

    Swan Song Professional

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    All u have to do is use a nail polish remover.
     
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  3. Feña14

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    Yep, nail polish remover should do the trick, I hope you're female friend has some, it could be a bit embarassing going to the shops to buy some!

    Liam
     
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  4. Jerry Seinfeld

    Jerry Seinfeld Professional

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    I use a product called "Goof Off" available at most home improvement retailers. Plus no embarassing nail polish remover purchases to face!
     
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  5. kinsella

    kinsella Semi-Pro

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    BE CAREFUL WITH NAIL POLISH REMOVER!! They are not all the same and some will cheerfully remove the paint along with the stencil ink. I have had good success with simple rubbing alcohol -- the same stuff I clean my clamps with.
     
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