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Barbara Staib, President of Safe Home Products, is an expert on child safety, emergency preparedness, pet training and even pest control. She has personally helped thousands of customers since SHP started in 1999. Here you can find Q&A with Barbara to foster safer, healthier and simpler living.

Wednesday, January 2, 2008

Removal of Black Equipment Safety Straps

Q: "Is it possible to remove the adhesive and straps if the appliance needs to be moved?" (Re: SF-PU-01111-2, Two Packages of Black Equipment Safety Straps)

Answer: Yes, the adhesive and the safety straps (both black and white types) are removable. No solvent is required.
Removal Instructions:
  • Place a business card or piece of plastic under a tack remover or similar tool to reduce scratching.
  • Insert the tip of the tool under the edge of the fastener and apply upward pressure. (Do not pry.) The edge of the fastener will begin to lift in 5 to 10 seconds.
  • As the edge lifts, insert the tool farther and continue to apply lifting pressure.
  • Remove the fastener by hand when the edge is high enough.
  • Remove any additional adhesive by dabbing it with the adhesive on the fastener. If a large piece remain, remove it by pulling, not by rubbing. The adhesive will not leave a surface residue.
Please contact us if you have further questions.

Sincerely, Barbara

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