Discussion in 'Pin Guides & FAQs' started by iamdisneydan, Nov 20, 2010.
+1, would like to know this also please ^_^
Thanks for all this great information.
You might try to find goo gone instead. I think it may be available there.
NO! DO NOT USE GOO GONE
worse mistake ever
the back of my pin lost color and isnt gold anymore but white
Definitely going to try this on a few pins!
Oh thanks, I thought it was the same product.
what if the enamel has a tiny scratch on the back? how do i cover it up?
is there a way to smooth it out or fill it in with something?
Frankly I'd leave it as it is, I'd rather take a slightly scratched pin than a potentially ruined one. But maybe someone came up with some crazy method, not that I know of any...
Thanks for the great info!
Another one here looking for alternatives to goof off in the uk please
I have been told by some uk friends that EVO-STICK Adhesive Cleaner is the uk version of goof off. I have never used this priduct as I amin the US .. so if you are going to try it... do so in a test spot or something first... I would hate to see valuable pins ruined.
Hi! I am new to DPF and had some questions on fixing pin surfaces. I’m not sure how to DM you? But I was hoping to send you a couple pictures of pins that I’ve bought from other sellers who unfortunately did not disclose flaws and would not take the pins back. The surfaces are both different materials and I was hoping to get your input and advice. Thankyou! Please let me know!
Adhesive Remover | Duck Brand
I use this product to remove stickers from books and movies since I couldn't find Goof Off
Has anyone ever tried turtle wax on a pin? We used to use it when I worked at Game Stop to help with scratched game disks.
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