As you can see from this photo, this keg had one sticker on it. It mostly goes around the keg. Trying to peel this sticker off yielded… 0 positive progress. It was stuck on the keg, presumably for years. The actual printing itself is completely warn away. I was only able to get very small bits of this sticker off.
I wrapped my Fermwrap heater around the keg and let it warm up for several minutes. The idea here is to warm up the sticker and the old adhesive to make sticker removal easier.After just a few minutes of warming the sticker came up very easily.A minute later, I had the entire sticker removed in three chunks.The only thing that remains of the sticker is residual adhesive
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