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cleaning lips

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If the epoxy is dry, scrap very carefully with a sharp exacto knife & blade. Be patient or you will scratch the Lexan if that is the material it is on. If the epoxy has not set, I'll use alcohol or methyl hydrate. Will not harm the Lexan.

Oldthunder

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As far as I'm concerned, after it's cured it's there forever. Up to 12-18 hrs after application, you can get it off with a Q-tip dipped in Naphta (aka lighter fluid) without harming the Lexan.

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Bob is right, once it has cured it becomes part of the lexan. You have to make sure you get it all off before it is cured.

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