wrap the top of the stick with the plug in it with foil and then heat it up for about 30 secs with a blow torch (if you dont have one your local rink should have a heat gun) then grab a hot mat or something and use it to pull the plug out.
Use a Stanley knife, preferably with a hooked blade to cut the old grip and pull it off in one piece, then peel or scrape the old tape off being careful not to damage the shaft, and then use solvent to remove any residue.
The best way I found to remove residue from anything is Goo Gone.
you can use another type of glue and stick it to that and get it off?
Scrape it off with a razor blade, then get any residue with Goo-Gone.
Scrape it off with a chisel or sharp craft knife. Remove residue with Goof -Off.
to smooth them. they have residue from the glue on the braces and they have to file it off so your not walking around with glue on your teeth.
Have you ever seen anyone used glue stick for their eyebrows?,only dummy's do that. Used a tweaser/shaved or waxes off but don't use glue stick
Turn the glue gun on to loosen the glue, then, if the glue is persistent, use a wooden stick to CAREFULLY pick the glue off.
Tape is pretty much plastic with some glue on it. Its the glue that sticks to the item you're taping, so when you take that tape off, the glue will normally stay.
Use Goo Gone or Goof Off, either will remove sticker residue.
You can carefully remove large pieces with a craft knife used flat, then get the residue with 'Goof Off'
Yes, you would simply cut off just above where the original blade was to be sure that you can put a blade in. You can obviously do it yourself but it is recommended that you take it to a hockey store because they have the necessary supplies to cut the old blade off and to glue the new one in.
No it doesn't. Hot glue will appear to stick, but fall off when it cures.
get the ultra cheap baby wipes from a dollar store they are basically rubbing alcohol and gently rub in one direction. takes time but the glue residue balls up and flings off.