just de-glued my first wheel with the glue remover that fdegrove mentions here...viewtopic.php?f=3&t=72309&start=2460#p939436
it was the second tyre mounted on the same glue, both removals had left the entire layer of basetape latex behind, so now it really had to be stripped, i was wondering how it'd handle the latex
i used about half the tube to coat the glue/latex, returned about 6 hours later to find the glue/latex had swollen considerably, at first i tried a cloth but then found it easier/faster to run (nitrile gloved) fingers along and scrape it off
the latex had made the glop quite resilient, i think glue alone would just turn to sticky jelly and come off better with a cloth
perhaps because of the latex, there was still fair bit of softened but tenacious glue left, i used another quarter of the tube to recoat it, and waited about 30 minutes, then it came off ok
had to do a few passes with paper towel and petrol to clean up the sides and eliminate any remaining stickiness
overall, it was far quicker and less messy job than the last rim i cleaned, the schwalbe glue remover is well worth it!
btw on the new tyre i've scraped off the latex, it was one that had a coat of glue on, i found scraping off the glued latex was *much* easier than doing it on a tyre with just the original latex