I have found an old Weber Ski and the deck has been covered with slip check or a similar material.I am having a nightmare getting this stuff off.Acetone BARELY works ant ideas
I am un-shore of what anti check is but perhaps a grinder?? Be careful though...
I work for wave riding vehicles so I have tried everything we have at the factory.I do not want to lay into the board as it is in B+ condition.I tried 180 grit it just moved the stuff around and could not touch the stuff in the foot pressures.Paint thinner left a weird film
As silly as it might sound... If you have some Additive-F around... Try that. Use some good gloves in a well ventilated area.
Slipcheck is just acrylic based spray mixed with foam dust.
By using chemicals, you might have compromised the mixture, causing the tacky paste.
Just like deck of windsurfing boards, you normally just sand it off with 80 grit, then polish out the scratches with 120, 240, 400, rub and finish.
FWIW, I've never seen slip-check, but I work with xylene, acrylics, urethanes, silicones, and epoxies every day.
If it's acrylic-based, then xylene would be a good solvent to try. This is the primary ingredient in additive F, hence the previous suggestion. But I would rather use some off-the-shelf xylene than waste the additive F, with its other ingredients. Xylene is pretty mild and shouldn't hurt the glass. It will however dissolve any acrylic sealer that may have been used.
No, kiddies, xylene is most definitely not "pretty mild". But it may work to remove whatever coating is on that board. Suggest that if you get some (it's not uncommon to get it from a hardware store, or a paint store), that you use gloves and work in a well ventilated area.
Orange hand scrub stuff, GooGone, Oops!(little Can from hardware store), BioDiesel, WD40, Kerosene Just a bunch of ideas good luck
There are some citrus based solvents available in your local walmart store that we have had good success in removing construction adhesives from fiberglass tubs and showers.
DE-SOLV-IT is what we used.