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    Quote Originally Posted by invaviva View Post
    I have tried to use TCE to remove silicone which used to attach a solar cell cut from a solar module onto a metal plate with many small round holes, under a heating condition of 60-70C for 4 hours. but it couldn't work out. Is there any right way to achieve this without breaking the solar cell?
    you better open new thread as you are not likely to get an answer in an old one.
    my son sprayed the silicone around his bathtub with wd40 and it came loose from the tiles and the tub.

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    Quote Originally Posted by G00 Proto View Post
    I would try a Rubber Eraser. It is a rubber grinding wheel that mounts in a drill. I have used them to remove pinstripes, decals and old double sided tape from painted surfaces. You can buy them for about $10 from an auto parts store... and they won’t cause cancer.
    That is a cool product I didn't know existed!


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