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SOS - cant unglue my print form glass plate

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Hi, so strange here.... this problem i had never....

but todays print is finished, the glass plate is since hours cold, and the brim + print so so solid on the glass plate, that i cant lose it....

ok i can use a scraper but i dont want to make scratches in the new glass....

any tipp?

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Well me glass did loose adhesion after a year and without much care. For tight adhesion I use windowcleaner with a little tinny bit of hairspray. But it won't come out until 28-32C on an old glass, and I almost break a new glass doing this. So it's a matter of finding your spot.

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