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    So I went out on a little spring trip, came home and left my split in my car the next day with the skins still on . It was a pretty warm day and the skin glue had gotten warm enough to melt onto the base of my board. I now have a board with tons of skin glue on the base.

    Any suggestions on how to get this stuff off? I know I’m a dumb ass for letting the board sit in a hot car, but I spaced on bringing the stuff in.

    I tried ironing with brown paper bag underneath. No luck. I tried scraping. Should I try Goof Off or some kind o thinner?

    Any suggestions would be much appreciated.

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    I recommend scraping the larger areas off with a flat scraper and then use some citrus base cleaner and a buffing pad. It will trash the buffing pad, so use one that has little life left. I did that to a burton board with older burton skins and it worked pretty nice. After the base cleaner it then prompted me to rewax the board.

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    Thanks Mumbles, the citrus cleaner did the job along with a little wd40. 🙂

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