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Username Post: How remove drive 3m Polishing Compund - hard areas        (Topic#346847)
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08-27-17 03:34 PM - Post#2705779    

Topic pretty much covers the question. I've googled it, and find mostly old answers. Only ones I found with confirmation was to use peanut butter. Hmmm...interesting.

Some recommended 50/50 Water/Iso Alcohol.

What's your recommendation?

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Edited by 56_Kruiser on 08-27-17 03:35 PM. Reason for edit: No reason given.


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08-28-17 01:39 PM - Post#2705902    
    In response to 56_Kruiser

Soak it with water. Allow time to pass, to soften it up. Wipe it down after a while.

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09-12-17 03:36 PM - Post#2707502    
    In response to WagonCrazy

I use foaming glass cleaner, soak it and use soft brushes like a tooth brush.


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