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removing a cheek-eez pad?

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by shrek, Jun 4, 2012.

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  1. shrek

    shrek Active Member

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    anyone have some good procedures for removing a cheek- eez pad from an oil finished stock.

    I have one that is worn through and needs replacing.

    I guess my "chin whiskers" as some old timers call them are too abrasive on the thing.
     
  2. 2500 HD

    2500 HD Active Member

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    directions call for lighter fluid. It worked for me.
     
  3. ZTWITHE

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    I was told by someone to soak them in oil overnight then try to peel it off the next day. Mine hasnt wore down yet to try it though. Hope it works. -Zach
     
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    Mike Member

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    WD40 and dental floss
     
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    Use the wife's hair dryer then WD-40 to take off the adhesive. joe90t
     
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    Bucko43 Well-Known Member

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    They peel off, usually in one piece if you are careful or possibly two pieces and then use a smooth cloth soaked in rubbing alcohol to clean off the residue. The stock underneath will shine.
     
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