1. RichBrown68's Avatar
    I'm replacing the black carbon-fiber skin I had on my Surface Pro 4 with a blue one to match the blue Typecover. After removing the skin, there's a ton of that tacky glue residue. I'm assuming it's important that I remove it before I put on the new skin, right? How do I do that?
    06-26-2016 12:29 PM
  2. Chintan Gohel's Avatar
    I'm replacing the black carbon-fiber skin I had on my Surface Pro 4 with a blue one to match the blue Typecover. After removing the skin, there's a ton of that tacky glue residue. I'm assuming it's important that I remove it before I put on the new skin, right? How do I do that?
    some kind of organic solvent would work - such as acetone, kerosene, paraffin, etc. Try a small area first but be careful
    06-27-2016 04:56 AM

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