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Old 04-25-2009, 04:26 PM
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Please don't use that rustoleum wax and tar remover as a final wipe cleaner. Just use 50/50 alcohol and water.
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This just cracks me up.

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it's obvious you don't know what your doing so it might help to listen instead of arguing. this is why fewer and fewer are answering questions . don't expect quality results unless you use quality products and rustoleum is not one of them .
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water and alcohol has been used as a final wipe forever . not harsh , just enough to get rid of body oils and prints. the more solvents you introduce into the job the more likely you'll have problems. i see people recommending cleaning with lacquer thinner which is the absolute worst thing to use. you want a successful job use quality products that are compatible .
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Here is the thing..one can use some home grown solutions to "get ya by" when nothing else is available...like maybe you are out of the good stuff and you need to get the job done..I use the waterborne W&G remover from SPI to do the final wipe down and make sure it is dry and evaporated before shooting paint..

Those guys who have done a lot of cars have been burnt and speaking from experience some of the home grown solutions have burnt me as well as others..That is why we have gotten set in our ways so to speak and use the products and methods that work well..All it takes is one mad customer and a do over out of your pocket to make you a believer..

See in the old days when I learned if you screwed up a job you had to fix it out of your own pocket as it was part of being an apprentice..todays world does not do much for responsibility..

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Hummmm, sorry if I offended you. Anyway, A Wax and Grease remover that is made to be used as a pre-prep (before sanding) cleaner is too harsh to be used as a final cleaner. the 50/50 mix of alcohol and water works great as a final cleaner, if its too "Home Brew" for you then there are plenty of final cleaners that you can buy from your automotive paint jobber. That Rustoleum cleaner that you had a link to was NOT a final cleaner.

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you had solvent pop because you sealed --glazed--or waxed to soon --
alcie and water -- has worked for me for over 35 years--
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