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Old 18 September 2016, 17:23   #31
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Any idea to the breed of solvent?

Like MEK or....?
'Fraid not - but I'll be able to find out in a couple of weeks when the "southampton heads" have worn off
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Old 18 September 2016, 17:27   #32
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Do I have your email Alan I can forward what Chris Henshaw told me
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Do I have your email Alan I can forward what Chris Henshaw told me

Hmmm, dunno, il punt it off to you.
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Any idea to the breed of solvent?

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MEK, but I don't like to use it on very heavy soiling. It tends to soften the top layer of hypalon & the muck sticks even worse. You have to keep it wetted with the MEK until the muck has gone. Otherwise it dries into the surface in my experience. Plus, it sends you off your head, you need LOTS of ventilation😳


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I used "RibRight" on mine and it shifted the stains that neat TFR wouldn't touch.
A little bit of colour showing on the scrubber but I'd had that with the TFR as well.
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Gloves neat tfr and s green scourer work on a section st a time wash off and apply rib revive when all done trust me done it lots

My I pad is at home will send u pic later
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Still the same mangy filthy tubes but cleaned with TFR and green pad , but I did put leather conditioner on it afterwards
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