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I had no trouble getting the old rubber off, but there was a lot of old glue left behind on the blade. I suspect that the old glue is rubber cement. I scraped and sanded, and even tried using non-acetone nail polish remover. At this rate, it would take me another hour to get all the old glue off the blade. So my questions: 1. Is there a better way? 2. Do I have to remove every last bit of old glue? 3. Is it Ok if I put a couple of layers of glue on the sponge today but don’t do the last layer until tomorrow? 4. When I get that far, is it worth using a press after I roll on the newly glued rubber? Thanks so much!
It is best to get all the glue off the blade. Then you will have a nice even surface to work with.
You can put a couple of layers on glue on today and then the other one tomorrow but it is best to do it all at the same time. A press will help if the glue isn't taking well enough.
Usually you shouldn't need a press.
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