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Old 04-14-2008, 08:53 PM   #1
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Exclamation Dissolving Fletching Glue on Carbon

So here I am with my newest bow,,,a bowtech,,,and I want to test several fletching types....quick spin...blazers etec... but my issue is that every time I change fletchings I spend more time prepping shafts(removing old glue) than I do testing arrows. Does anyone know if acatone(the only dissolving agent I can find) will damage carbon arrows? Is there something better than acatone out there or should I just stick with a sharp razor
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Old 04-14-2008, 10:35 PM   #2
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I vote sharp razor... If you get one of those boxcutter style blades with the groove specifically for cleaning arrows, its not to bad.

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So here I am with my newest bow,,,a bowtech,,,and I want to test several fletching types....quick spin...blazers etec... but my issue is that every time I change fletchings I spend more time prepping shafts(removing old glue) than I do testing arrows. Does anyone know if acatone(the only dissolving agent I can find) will damage carbon arrows? Is there something better than acatone out there or should I just stick with a sharp razor
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Old 04-15-2008, 05:32 AM   #3
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So here I am with my newest bow,,,a bowtech,,,and I want to test several fletching types....quick spin...blazers etec... but my issue is that every time I change fletchings I spend more time prepping shafts(removing old glue) than I do testing arrows. Does anyone know if acatone(the only dissolving agent I can find) will damage carbon arrows? Is there something better than acatone out there or should I just stick with a sharp razor
I use a sharp razor.....maybe Wheely or Chris can move this to the right section....
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Old 05-20-2008, 06:57 PM   #4
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I like my way best of all. Just buy new arrows lol
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