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3.5 inch 90mm Universal Rubber Eraser Wheel

3.5 inch 90mm Universal Rubber Eraser Wheel

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For quick and easy removal of decals, vinyl pinstripes, bumper stickers, reflective tapes, from glass and OEM painted surfaces without any damage. It is also very effective in removing adhesive tapes and glue from the back of moldings.


Remove pinstriping, decals, glue, stickers, tapes, and other adhesives from metal, glass, wood, fiberglass Won’t damage the surface if properly used. Keep in mind that too much pressure in the same area could cause the rubber wheel to damage or stain that area. Please use appropriate pressure.

Simply mount the eraser in any drill that does not exceed 4,000 RPM (recommended speed is 3,500 to 4,000 rpm.) and safely removes all the old body striping in minutes. Unlike chemicals and solvents commonly used for this job, the soft wheel has a gentle finish.

Dramatically reduces time spent on the removal of pinstripes, decal adhesive, and double-sided tape!


Let the wheel do the work, apply light pressure only Start at the top of the decal and move side to side For faster results, use the entire width of the wheel, do not tilt on angle Remove any residue with appropriate mild solvent. Always wear proper protective gear when using power tools.

Material Type: Natural rubber
Diameter: 3.5inch
Width: 1 inch
Color: Tan



Customer Reviews

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The Eraser worked as advertised. I had large body side stripes on each side of a '95 Nissan pickup and I had worked on several occasions with a heat gun to get only a little off at a time. Finally I got so tired of burned fingers I just left a huge portion of it. I put the Eraser in the drill and 20 minutes later it was all gone. The striping was applied when it was new, on top of clear coat. On one of my fenders I had the drill running at high rpms and I did get some heat discoloration to the clear top coat. Of course the paint is 22 years old and it doesn't matter. Instructions come with the eraser so keep the drill rpms medium to low, take your time and be ready to clean the adhesive off with some specialized cleanser.