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Over cleaner does more than clean

July 8 2008 at 4:19 AM
Ziggy Eichstadt  (Login Jinrai1)
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Response to Mr Muscle

I've heard that it can also be used to strip paint off a model, I use a product called Zeb which is like Mr Muscle Oven cleaner to strip chrome off models and R/C vehicles. Works like a charm!

To strip paint off a model I use brake fluid and have never had a problem.

I think that with England and South Africa (where I am) our marketing rights are pretty much the same so we tend to share common named products. But we still can't get Halfords paints here though ...

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