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Topic Review (Newest First)
04-24-2009 04:01 AM
atotalnincompoop i hadn't thought of basic soap and water, kinda obvious i guess .
perhaps i was over thinking it
04-23-2009 08:50 PM
fast68 hmmmmm ive always wondered
but never put much thought into it

but yeah. soap and water makes sense to me

the enemies of oil

good luck!
04-23-2009 08:24 PM
alittle1 Sunlight dish soap and water used with a stiff brush will do the trick.
04-23-2009 07:31 PM
penetrating oil soaked primer

when we were disassembling my 58 caddy we used some penetrating oil to help remove some of the moldings.
the body work was done and the car was primed.
some of the oil has soaked into the primer around the molding mounting holes.
can this be sealed somehow or what can be done to remove it from the primer?

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