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Hi All in Golf Land!

Not sure if I am posting this in the right place, but here goes....

Firstly I am a huge fan of 'Forged Clubs' particularly 1995-2005, I had always had Cast then in 2003 was fitted for MacGregor 1025cm's with Pro-Pel Multi Step Shafts - that was the start of the love affair!
I foolishly let them go cheap, mistake - as I have since spent time looking into refurbishing older clubs and now have a Metal Polisher/Burnisher, Shaft Puller, Dremel, Vice etc.... and have restored a set of MacGregor M685's with Rifle 5.5 Stiff Shafts - along with some Cleveland TA7's, the MacGregors are so nice to play with they are now keepers! 🙂 

They look superb so far, but I would like to remove the 'badging' from the cavity (see pic attached) any ideas on what is the base way to go about it?

I assume hair dryer or heat gun..... then clean off the old glue?

Any experiences shared would be much appreciated.

Thanks


Jerry

 

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Heat gun that badge and then peel it off. Scrape off any old adhesive then use some Bar Keepers Friend to remove any surface rust. Rinse them off and wipe down with an oil rag, I usually use 3-in-1 oil.

Good to go.

Those Mac’s are great clubs. Will look much better without the badging.


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