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Old 29 March 2019, 08:20   #1
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Doh !

Just found a three week old splash of white flow coat that must have rubbed off my overalls onto blue hyperlon front tube and cleat.

So what is the best plan for cleaning?
Leave it to avoid any damage and remind myself of my own stupidity or abrasives and solvents?

I have MEK and acetone.

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Old 30 March 2019, 03:45   #2
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From personal experience I know that acetone won’t shift it once it has cured!

Others will probably know better but maybe some very fine wet and dry sandpaper?
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Old 30 March 2019, 03:48   #3
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