Vinyl deck railing is generally installed on the wood, most often over the plywood. The wood is fine sanded to smooth the surface so that the chips cannot poke vinyl. The flashing is installed around the edges of the cover with a nail gun and fastened with nails stainless steel. The vinyl is placed over wood, cut to size and the adhesive is extended to maintain the vinyl instead.
Instructions to uninstall vinyl deck railing: remove the deck railing. Then, subject vinyl trims with pliers and pull it out of the vinyl cover. Joints located at the corners of the cover. Connect a heat gun and place of 2-3 inches (5 to 7.5 cm) away from the board to loosen the adhesive.
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Insert the blade of a knife on the board and make lever to open it. Wear gloves and try to get the vinyl cover as much as possible. Key blade scraper between the loose vinyl and the cover itself. Vinyl scraped to remove under the cover, exposing the bottom of the timber.
Finally, to uninstall vinyl deck railing, vinyl strips folded as cover scraped using heat gun if needed to loosen the adhesive cover. Each strip vinyl wound and put aside, as the cover removed.