Set the hands of the clock at 2:10, like they do in all the displays.
Seriously though, maybe tubulars aren't right for you. It looked to me like you put on layers that were way too thick in the first place. Also, acetone won't compromise the glue already on there, but it's next to useless in removing it. Use acetone for wiping the dust off a new rim after you sand it. On a new rim, I use 150 grit (Campy recommends 120 but the closest I had was 150, works fine). Give it a good once over, then rub it down to clean it with acetone. But to remove glue from a rim that's already been glued, I've been using Schwalbes Glue Remover, although I think I'm pretty much out and I can't source it here in North America so I'll try something else next time. It works very well. I always clean a rim completely, thanks to the glue remover, but don't know if I would in the future if I can't find something that works as well. I will just get it "good enough".
I don't quite know how you can be having so much difficulty. With a veloflex tire, for me it's one thin layer on the rim, one on the base tape. Set it aside overnight. Next day, one more thin layer on the rim and mount the tire. Center it, if required, run it over a broom handle with little air in it so the broom handle bottoms out in the rim bed, then pump it up, roll it hard once around and sided to side, then set it aside and ready to ride the next day. Done. It will take me a good 15 minutes to remove that same tire properly (meaning not ripping it violently off the rim and risking pulling carbon fibers with it).
Last time i have success with new rim, and new tire, the procedure which is explained often. But its not clear how to proceed when u have some glue layers on the rim, and on the tire and u want to reglue everything.
And im very interested about ur procedure when u reglue the tires (so tire have glue allready from last installation, and rim have glue as well from last installation).
And how to clean the tire which allready have a glue, to be sure that its not a problem?
About difficulty i have
i cant understund my self as well, how it's possible
, and would really like to realize the reasons
(thats why i start asking that maybe i excess the pressure in thumb test trying to pull tire out..)
And about thick layers, maybe i have them on the tire, but on rim i really had in begining thin and even..
Still, there is something inside me that help me in riding Climbs which i like a lot.. I never give up
(it's not give up converting Carbon Tubular wheels in Clock i guess in the worst case?
p.s In Saturday i'll have a ride of 208 km, Sunday 100 km, and two later again 208 km. I'll really apriciate if someone help me finding what im doing wrong by then, to be able to ride tubs on this ride...
This is how my rim look like after removal:
So should i clean the whole glue as much as possible, and start standard procedure?
If im not removing the glue please tell me exact procedure how to do it
And This is how my tire look like after removal:
Please exact procedure how to do it with tire for both possible scenarios (1. cleaning the whole glue from the rim, and starting from the begining there. 2. Not removing the glue from the rim...)