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Old 04-05-2022, 08:44 AM   #1
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Dicor removal

I have to replace my satellite turret and I need some suggestions how to remove the decor. I started and it is starting to rip the roof material. Any help on how to do this and not destroying my roof will be greatly appreciated.
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Stiff plastic scraper. Can't use heat, as that will deform the rubber roof. It's not an easy job, take your time.
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Don't push the scraper flat on the roof material. Try to scrape all but 1/8 inch off the roof. You can then use your fingers to remove the rest by peeling it off. Take your time.
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Imho. It does not all have to be perfectly off.. so you don't go tearing the roof.. you just go back over it.. with fresh dicor and cover I up the old.. and let it self level.. or cover with eternabond tape.. only problem with tape.. if you need to make repairs to Sat. Then hard to get off..
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