#1
i dont know how to take off the glue hahah, and its an Epi so yeah theirs glue, im just wondering how t get rid of the glue so i can have a more original look compared to the millions off ppl with LP's
#2
I have heard lemon juice will do it. It will also make your guitar smell very original as well.
#3
Quote by mihalo
I have heard lemon juice will do it. It will also make your guitar smell very original as well.


like the stuff for cleaning the fretboard? or something entirely different lol
#4
I just used a wetish, but not dripping cloth to get the glue stuff a little wet then it rubs off eventually with your hand or the rag you use.
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#6
No goo gone! It'll melt into the poly.
Try ahairdryer first and warm the ring, this sometimes softens glues. Naptha is a solvent that's safe for finsihes and could be used to clean up any leftover residue.
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#7
I recommend using Naptha (fancy name for Lighter Fluid, more or less). It won't harm the finish and it will disolve the glue residue to where you can wipe it off easily. Naptha is also great for cleaning fretboards, although I recommend Dr. Duck's Ax Wax for that purpose
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