|06-23-2019 04:16 PM|
|Hotflint||Walter brand slap shot. Its a combination pf acetone and alchohol|
|06-23-2019 12:41 PM|
|predator carb guru||Brake clean...works every time but keep it away from anything you don't want either clean or peeling off.....|
|06-20-2019 07:38 AM|
|chasracer||I ended up using some lacquer gun cleaner I have. It took two washes but 90% of it came off, looked like over-thinned metallic grey paint. The last bit was handled with some carb spray on a rag.|
|06-19-2019 07:52 PM|
If your dealing with bare metal, Acetone is The Best and leave no residue.
If your cleaning a painted surface Even Powder Coated surfaces,,, do not use Acetone, Lacquer Thinner etc as they will EAT the painted surface.
I typically wipe off the excess and use simple Liquid DAWN Kitchen Soap.
|06-14-2019 12:39 PM|
|36 sedan||Zep 505. It’s an all purpose type cleaner, it will degrease anything. Soak your boltsand rinse with water. It’s that easy...|
|06-14-2019 09:08 AM|
|johnsongrass1||Carb cleaner in the 1 gallon buckets with the basket.|
|06-13-2019 08:20 PM|
Lacquer thinner is pretty good also, not the HD stuff. Type bought from a place like NAPA, or auto paint supply store.
|06-13-2019 06:58 PM|
|Hipster_G||Acetone will break down some pretty goo-ey stuff.|
|06-13-2019 06:29 PM|
Anyone know of a quick solvent that I could remove anti-seize compound with? Carb spray sorta works but I was hoping for something I could soak bolts in for a bit and then just rinse them off.