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Tip: How to get corroloss of your skin!

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Water and soap.. hell no.
Laquer thinner.. makes it worse. It just spreads it around on your skin.

hrm.... what else?

AHA!!!! WD 40!!!! can't stick to the skin any more, yet its also a solvent, so it thins it out a bit. Use a little mechanical cleaning power, then some gojo fast orange and thats about as clean as you can get your hands for now :p
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What's really fun is trying to get it out of your hair. I was a redhead for awhile after doing the interior roof of my fastback. /forums/images/icons/laugh.gif
Just bought a quart at their retail store last week and can't wait to get started. Now that I know that info, I won't be wearing this weekends project for all next week.
yah, dont get this stuff on your skin like i did! every crack in my hands is red :p WD40 helps a lot tho, best thing ive found.
I don't know if it would work, but did you try anything like Goop hand cleaner?
I suppose this calls for a revisit with an old friend /forums/images/icons/wink.gif
That has to be the best thread I've ever read on the internet! I still chuckle about it....
i use Mineral Spirits on rough towel followed by hand cleaner such as DL. best is to use latex? or similiar gloves and not get any on to start with - cheap at Home Depot like hundred pairs for $5 or so. try getting Permatex out of your hair if you think that is tough.
Just keep it off your lips! Don't ask.
LMAO Nick. Thanks for posting that....I saw it the first time around, but I never could find the link to it again! /forums/images/icons/laugh.gif
here is the best tip, Just don't get careless with your corroloss! /forums/images/icons/smile.gif
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