When to remove epoxy
When it comes to the most useful products for DIYers, epoxy resin is high on the list. This handy little adhesive can be used on a variety of materials such as concrete, plastic, and wood; whether it’s for repairs, renovations, and installations.
But why would you need to remove epoxy in the first place? Actually, there are quite a few instances which require removing cured epoxy. Anytime you are separating materials which are adhered to another surface, there may be leftover epoxy. Also, some lower-grade epoxies may lose their integrity over time, which means you’ll need to remove the hardened epoxy and replace it with fresh product.