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44 minutes ago, Bbb1 said:

I tried it but didn't leave it on that long was afraid of it eating both the letters and the door paint ..I'll try it again..thank you

It works.. hard to believe it , but it works. 

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On 3/22/2022 at 8:56 AM, tjc transport said:

easy off over cleaner. 

put it on the letters and let it sit for 20 minutes or so. 

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never did the oven cleaner, imagine it's trial and error depending on how much / thick letters etc are. first trip  cleaning doesn't do 100% , a second soaking safe? how close to the 20 mins  +-

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Ohhh it was right in that time frame, these were thick letters so it took a bit, I would try a corner with a old Bondo putty knife that's what I used to wipe them off as it is plastic and didn't tear up the red underneath.. now its move on to finding parts, wanna dual stack and start buying aluminum wheels and conversion hubs.. I'm making a list and checking it twice haha

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On 4/5/2022 at 6:57 AM, Bbb1 said:

Ohhh it was right in that time frame, these were thick letters so it took a bit, I would try a corner with a old Bondo putty knife that's what I used to wipe them off as it is plastic and didn't tear up the red underneath.. now its move on to finding parts, wanna dual stack and start buying aluminum wheels and conversion hubs.. I'm making a list and checking it twice haha

You got to be really good this year, little boy and not get into any trouble or say any bad language. Cause Santa is always listening. You only have eight more months until that special day. Just saying. LOL

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