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Old December 8th, 2005, 08:37 PM   #7
clarkstoncracker
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Originally Posted by Yetti
see if you can get some stoddard solvent as waste from a dry cleaner. its what almost all parts washers use and its alot less expensive then kerosine.
if you can't find a source that way you can BUY stoddard solvent as "Enamal reducer" at any place that sells paint supplies, its about $2 a gallon
I've looked everywhere online, and can't find a good side to side rating for different cleaners
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