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Old 11-19-2019, 10:51 PM   #267
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I honestly just wear gloves when doing my oil changes. I'm not a grease monkey so my hands aren't always covered in gunk.
i just spray my hands with brake cleaner. i'll do it while holding the plug wrench i used, so it's a 2-birds-1-stone storta thing.

bonus is that i learn where all the cuts on my hands are.
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Brake cleaner or a splash of MEK is great for getting into all those nooks and crannies!
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Old 11-20-2019, 10:28 AM   #269
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Brake cleaner or a splash of MEK is great for getting into all those nooks and crannies!
I have been using MEK as a cleaner and model cement for several decades and I am fine.
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I have been using MEK as a cleaner and model cement for several decades and I am fine.
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Ok we get it. Definitely no short term memory loss or anything.
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Ok we get it. Definitely no short term memory loss or anything.
I'm wondering if he's wearing gloves when typing..
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i just spray my hands with brake cleaner. i'll do it while holding the plug wrench i used, so it's a 2-birds-1-stone storta thing.

bonus is that i learn where all the cuts on my hands are.
Sounds like old body shop guys who wash their hands with paint thinner while cleaning the spray guns.

To normal human hands that starts burning real fast.
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Old 11-20-2019, 12:19 PM   #276
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Sounds like old body shop guys who wash their hands with paint thinner while cleaning their spray guns.

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Old 11-20-2019, 01:55 PM   #277
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Sounds like old body shop guys who wash their hands with paint thinner while cleaning the spray guns.

To normal human hands that starts burning real fast.
Well, as it turned out, that was better than using carbon tetrachloride -


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Anyone wanna hear my carbon tetrachloride story. Great stuff. :/


I wear gloves even for wd-40 now. My liver and kidneys have endured enough crap.
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