Home to remove monumental grime?

From: J.C.Wren <jcwren_at_jcwren.com>
Date: Tue Feb 11 21:17:00 2003

Is it small enough to fit in an ultrasonic cleaner? And how about a better
degreaser, like Purple Magic from AIM chemical? (This stuff might be too
harsh. It will damage soft rubber long term, and will strip the anodizing
finish from certain types of aluminum, such as that used on the flame
arrestors of my engines. I assume it's anodization, because it's the gold
color, and it's sure not paint).


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> Sent: Tuesday, February 11, 2003 21:49
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> Subject: Home to remove monumental grime?
> Can anyone suggest a safe way to remove grime that is so old
> and so thick
> that the only way to remove it is to rub it off with your
> bare fingers?
> I slathered this board in contact cleaner and it didn't do
> anything. The
> grime just remained. If I rub it with my bare fingers then it will
> eventually start to rub off and leave little remainders like
> pencil eraser
> droppings.
> Any ideas?
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