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    Cleaning C-2200 skis

    What's the best and safest way to remove dried up nasty brake fluid etc from the ski surface? My goal is to clean them up, not remove paint. Clearly I don't want to damage the finish. Thanks in advance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by skukum12 View Post
    What's the best and safest way to remove dried up nasty brake fluid etc from the ski surface?
    ..with more brake fluid

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    I think Alcohol works....

    I have four sprayers in my shop

    1. Alcohol
    2. Mineral Spirits
    3. Acetone
    4. MEK

    I will usually use them in that order unless I already know one won't work or will damage the surface...

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    Gasoline.

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