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Castrol Super Clean will take it right off. Spray it on all the green/red (except hood) and wipe off. You will be amazed how well it works. Just use gloves as it will do the same to your hands.
 

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I take a bucket of hot water and squirt some vim on a scrub brush and spray the exaughst stains with simple green and it comes off no problem!
 

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Originally posted by green team7@Jan 30 2003, 09:57 PM
Castrol Super Clean will take it right off. Spray it on all the green/red (except hood) and wipe off. You will be amazed how well it works. Just use gloves as it will do the same to your hands.
Same here. Must be a truck thing. Works well though. I have also tried simple green too and I think it is about the same.
 

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Bad Dodge, nice looking truck. How many inches in the air is it? I am a Ford guy myself, but still love lifted trucks regardless of make.
 

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11.5 with 38" Groung Haugs. Same here all most all lifted trucks look cool! B)

My other truck is a Ford. Don't tell. :ph34r:
 

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Originally posted by green team7@Jan 30 2003, 09:57 PM
Castrol Super Clean will take it right off. Spray it on all the green/red (except hood) and wipe off. You will be amazed how well it works. Just use gloves as it will do the same to your hands.
Ditto... exactly what he said! -- Roy
 

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Challanger Parts Cleaner, bio-degradeable, USDA approved, I'm a distributor for the product (part time business)
 

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Originally posted by ZREFIrider@Jan 31 2003, 03:13 PM
the orange pumice hand cleaner.
Damn.... I just stopped at Fleet Farm and bough a gallon of Permatex orange hand cleaner and couldn't decide on if I should get the hand hand cleaner with 'pumice' or 'aloe vera". I got the stuff with the aloe vera and I just wen't out to the garage to give it a try and it doesn't work on the bellypan very well...... :angry:
-John
 

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Originally posted by LUVMYF7@Jan 31 2003, 07:32 PM
Carb cleaner, spray it on a rag then wipe it off. ;)
I have used brake cleaner in the past. Carb. cleaner seems to be a bit too strongand I think will distort/deform/take away from the texture of plastic.....
 

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Careful with the carb cleaner on the stickers. If this stuff is strong enough to pull paint off a car I would guess the graphics on the stickers will be no contest...unless you like white stickers!!!!
 

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I will tell you.....The CAT CLEANER....works awesome...I thought it would be a gimmick...but hell it works...
 

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I have used OOPS and brake cleaner, both work, I spray the engine down with brake cleaner to remove some of the exhaust residue that seems to leak out of the doughnut once in awhile..
 

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