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I was sitting here watching hockey and decided to strip down an old Penn rod that I want to have rebuilt. I got the guides, seat, handle, and thread off, now I have alot of residual epoxy on the rod. What is the best way to get it off? I was browsing through the other threads here and I didn't see much on cleaning.

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Oliver, you can use a alcohol lamp to soften the epoxy.

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Is there any good readin on getting started in rod buildin? or vid's.

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I always used a heat gun on low to soften epoxy and removed it with single edge razor blade.

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Thanks Peir_man I'll check them out.

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