Inexpensive Cleaner

Try rubbing alcohol bought in pints from any drug store. I put mine in a spray dispenser and use it to remove sticky epoxy from fingers, monocote
cleaner, glasses cleaner, etc. etc. Paul
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Gotta watch the % of water....I have some that is 90% pure. But it stil
leaves streaks on Monokote - so I switched to Simple Green and tha seems to work well.
Jerr
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I bought some at Safeway that is 99% alcohol. Has many uses and is reasonable cost.

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tailskid2 wrote:

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Sorry that first post didn't take. Had to add a nickname and the system did something weird. Anyway I use a 70-30 mix of Simple Green and Rubbing alcohol. Works good on fuel goo, grass stains, and doesn't streak. Smells minty fresh too! :-)
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