Hot melt is definitely the way to go. It remains slightly flexible like the helmet & only takes a few minutes to do. You can remove the visor for a repaint or if it gets scratched as well. Use methyl hydrate, put some in a squirt bottle & spary on the seam where the hotmelt joins the helmet. It will seep under the glue & help break the bond. Methyl hydrate also will not harm most paints or plastics & evaporates quickly. I have used this on my own bucket a few times. Works like a charm. As far as removing epoxy, I seem to remember that in another thread someone recommended a product that would work. I think that by the time you found this stuff & purchased it, you might be better off starting with a new visor.
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