Rob Posted April 27, 2018 Share Posted April 27, 2018 One of my buddies in high schools father owned a sign shop that his father started. Everything was "One Shot" lettering enamel and they were busy, busy, busy with all kinds of signs. Next time you have to remove lettering like that get some 3M "Super Duty" rubbing compound and mix into this medium grind walnut shells. Make it a paste and use rubber gloves, (of course) and a clean terry towel scrubbing in circular motion. It doesn't scratch near as bad as 'Scotch-Brite" pads do but readily removes the lettering. 1 Quote Plodding along with no job nor practical application for my existence, but still trying to fix what's broke. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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