how to remove silicone rubber
As a base polymer for filling and sealant, then enhanced with one of various fillers.
This type of sealing material is weather-resistant, so it can be used in extreme cold and aquatic environments on various objects and projects.
This type of sealant is more popular than other types, as it has flexibility over a wide temperature range.
In order to carry out maintenance, it is necessary to remove this type of sealing material.
Pour ethanol onto silicone rubber.
Dip the sealant in the water if possible.
Wait 15 to 30 minutes and the alcohol softens the rubber and breaks the adhesive.
Use a butter knife or putty knife to break the combination of the edge of the sealing material.
Use them to pry up and pull out the silicone rubber.
Repeat steps 1 and 2 until the silicone rubber is completely removed.
Wash your hands with warm soapy water, remove alcohol, and spray to the area with clear water.
Wipe the remaining alcohol with a rag and rinse it thoroughly.
Allow air in the area-
Dry for 24 to 48 hours before repairing or replacing silicone rubber.