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I Have a question--what iod the BEST way to remove (Sliver or Gold) Paint Marker from a guitar body..I know how to remove "sharpie" but what about PAINT PENS?
hwkll0--thank you..i will try it ....see what happens...and TEST first..... I havent been on the site for a while--been having major surgery work done...all over actually..so in and out of recovery..... now if ican only get "to David" off that guityar Dylan and Prince signed (LOL--JOKE) :)))
I have acetone here...what is the 'ratio to water" ? I used it to remove an inscription on a pick guard..and wow--it actually embedded the ink off a sharpie right into the pickgaurd--now it has a permanent blue stain.....cant come out. So before I try it on a guitar.....what ratio of aceteane./I also heard nail polish remover works--never tried it--have you?
I just bought GOO GONE...it does NOT remove any Paint pen off a guitar...all it did was ..nothing....have you ever actaully used it on an instrument> I went back to "cologne" which if carefully applied--and let to soak a minute or two--WORKS..with a litle tender care on removal....iot just cleaned up two guitars nicely.... GOO GONE..I tried to get it to remvoes some escesstape stain on a guitar..and it didnt even dissolvwe the masking tapwe residue...i used another product,. Thumbs way down on GOOO
Do you have to let the goo gone "soak in" a period of time? witr cologne it only takers a minute for it to loosen the ink to wipe.
N oI ahve the spray bottle..i tried to remove two gold paint pen (different brands) off different guitars..and it did nothing...I was able to get bothe inscriptions 9thanks a lot SLASH and METT/ JAMZ for purposely isncribing =--yoru inscriptions are bnow HISTORY-- I will try goo again
I personally would never try to remove an inscription, and certainly if it is done that has to be disclosed. Were I to purchase any photo with the inscription removed I would only pay the same as if the inscription was still there. I would wonder about long term effects of the chemicals on the photo. So in my personal opinion I would discourage this practice if the item is intended for sale. I have never been troubled by an inscription to me it is just more writing in the persons hand.