Originally Posted by st3gamefarm
quick pointer, when you think it's clean, go away for a bit. Grab a pop, then come back, and blow and wipe again, "rinse, repeat". 'Till you come back and it's actually clean, then wipe it down with a clean lint free cloth, dampened with rubbin' alc.
I don't do the dampened cloth (it's already been wax and greased) so just a tack rag at this point. But leaving it for a while is a biggy, even over night, get it all ready, blow it off GOOD on the underside and all, AND the saw horses and then let it set like that, it's always a good way to go.
Some times we get in too big of a hurry.