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"d" seal residue


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If you go to a automotive paint store they will a cleaner for removing oil, grease and finger prints. It normal use is to wipe down the auto body that is ready for paint. It may cost 20 to 30 bucks a quart but it will remove the residue fairly easy.

I carry it in my service vehicle and use it a lot on RV work.

 

 

Safe. Travels, Vern

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Replace several feet of D-seal a couple months ago and both acetone and mineral spirits worked well (acetone the better of the two) to remove the black residue. But first in my case I carefully removed the sticky black rubber left on the slide trim/flanges with a razor-blade. Cleaned up well though.

Later,

J

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