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Old 09-08-2008, 10:56
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Question Removing the rubber part from bottlecaps...

I need ideas for removing the rubber part on the bottlecap. So far I've tried a lighter and placing them on the hot plate on the coffee maker. It isn't working out very well. Anyone have any other ideas?
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Default Re: Removing the rubber part from bottlecaps...

never tried it but have read that others have used an embossing heat gun and then used tweezers to pull it out
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Default Re: Removing the rubber part from bottlecaps...

If you have a heat gun, while holding the bottle cap with a pair of pliers, it gets really hot, heat the seal maybe15-20 seconds, then take another set of pliers of tweezwers, grap the seal and pull. You might be able to use a hair dryer to heat it up. To me this is the best way.
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Default Re: Removing the rubber part from bottlecaps...

I gave up on this myself. I did find one thing that worked but figured that I would end up dying from the fumes. I used my chisel point on my woodburner & just ran it around the cap & it came right out. Worked well, quick but the fumes were nasty.
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Old 09-08-2008, 08:15
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Thank you for the suggestions! I was accidently inhaling the fumes last night using the lighter method. That is some nasty stuff!
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