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Thanks forum. So attempting on a sunny day berthed in a marina should be okay. I assume I need to heat and scrape off; but am concerned about damaging the hull. Is there a video/good description somewhere of the process? Anyone suggest a Norwich/Broads (boat application) sign maker?
As Lincoln has said, a hair dryer will do the trick. If you gently warm each letter then pick at a corner with your fingernail, they will peel off quite easily. No scraping required. Do be careful with the hair dryer though, 230 volts and water and all that.
If it's been sign writion with paint oven off will lift the paint with out damaging the gel coat althorough if been on a long time the sun will have bleached the gel coat but paint would have protected that part of gel coat so will see a faint outline. John
Thanks forum. Fortunately, due to freshly laid incorrect lettering, I was able to easily pick it off with my thumbnail. I'll obtain a fresh transfer for the corrected letters and carefully apply. Thanks again fab forum.