I just bought a 24x14 that I'm going to remove the cortex wrap from. I don't have any shells to practice on and I want to get this right the first time, so I've got some questions for y'all. 1. What is a good temperature to use? I see a lot of heat guns with two temperature settings, usually around 450 degrees and 1000 degrees. What would be too hot and what wouldn't be hot enough? 2. Are regular work gloves good enough for this, or would you recommend gloves rated for heat resistance? 3. What sort of set up do you use to keep the drum stable? 4. Which works better, a flexible or stiff putty knife? 5. Do you peel the cortex back or just work the knife under a portion until it tears? I imagine peeling could easily damage the outer ply. 6. Does the wrap hold heat well, or will you need to work the knife while applying heat? I really appreciate any insight you guys have!