Pickups, Pots, Caps, Wiring

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BY The Scarecrow
#835677
I've acquired a Schecter in matte finish has a bunch of signatures from dj's from The Rock on it - it was won by the previous owner as a prize, but they've got zero value to me. Its been done in that silver marker ink they use writing on black surfaces.

Best method of removing? And I've tried meth (spirits) but not much joy.
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BY willow13
#835679
thinners .... just don't leave it on the surface for long. Wet a rag with it and rub

just remember this will "polish" up the matte finish as will most things you use to remove
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BY philly
#835691
is one of the signatures jen bainbridge?
i've got a fluid to smear on it
it might not erase it but it would make me feel good briefly.. then sort of sad and hollow....
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BY Capt. Black
#835693
A bit of methylated spirits on a cloth should move it without damaging the finish.
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BY Capt. Black
#835694
P.S. I love that signed by The Rock DJs lowers its appeal. Quick get that shit off it before someone sees you with it!

:lol:
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BY willow13
#835748
mrmofo wrote:whiteboard marker


don't think that works on the "paint" based pens .... works a treat on sharpies and permanent maker though
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BY jeremyb
#835756
philly wrote:is one of the signatures jen bainbridge?
i've got a fluid to smear on it
it might not erase it but it would make me feel good briefly.. then sort of sad and hollow....


Had to Google, do you drive a torana? Cause that's your demographic!