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    Try using Mr. Clean Magic Erasers to clean coveers, they work great. My wife got a free sample in the mail a few months ago and it worked great on some stuff around the house so I tried them out on a machine and I was hooked.

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    krud kutter works the best. get it at lowes or home depot in the paint dept.
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    I like the formula 505 from HomeDepo with the Magic erasers those will knock liquid paper out fast!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ctl-Alt-Del View Post
    Try using Mr. Clean Magic Erasers to clean coveers, they work great. My wife got a free sample in the mail a few months ago and it worked great on some stuff around the house so I tried them out on a machine and I was hooked.
    These things work great on just about everything!

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    I caught a tech in my shop using fedron on a cover!!!! he was clueless as to the effect of fedron on plastic!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tonerbomb View Post
    I caught a tech in my shop using fedron on a cover!!!! he was clueless as to the effect of fedron on plastic!!!

    or himself!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tonerbomb View Post
    I caught a tech in my shop using fedron on a cover!!!! he was clueless as to the effect of fedron on plastic!!!
    Can you still buy that stuff, I havn't seen anyone use it for a long time.

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    i think i saw it in a ames catalog. may have been an old catalog .......
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    Half of my "bodily fluids" are Fedron.

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    Trichlorethylene

    How about Trichlorethylene, or Trichlorethane? Back in high school I worked in a sheet metal shop/paint booth, spraying it on aluminum parts to etch the surface for painting. Only 10 years later they discovered it causes cancer. Works great on fuser parts if you can ignore the nose-bleeds.

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