Cleaning the sicky glue off of Sanke Kegs

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Post by SoCalDoug » Mon Jun 26, 2006 8:47 pm

holy crap!

i picked up a can of that beer keepers friend. YOWSA! i guess i have led a sheltered life; i had never heard of the stuff.

it only softens label gack, but it sure does a sweet job on stainless! did a few cornies, did the kegs on the sculpture, did some stuff on the boat... great stuff.

thanks for the hot tip!

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Post by Driddy » Wed Jul 12, 2006 7:48 pm

I have found that WD40 and a scotch brite pad will take all the sticky adhesive off your kegs and cornies.

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Post by johnplctech » Thu Jul 13, 2006 3:34 am

Driddy wrote:I have found that WD40 and a scotch brite pad will take all the sticky adhesive off your kegs and cornies.


WD40 is the only thing that I have found that will take markers off my steel...

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Re: Cleaning the sicky glue off of Sanke Kegs

Post by Brewtime » Sun Feb 14, 2016 4:51 pm

Brewtime wrote:What do people do to take the glue off the kegs when converting
way ti resurrect an old thread. But a heat gun makes fast work on any stickers on a corny keg.
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