Re: [DML] Re: Question and strange car show behavior
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Re: [DML] Re: Question and strange car show behavior

I used gasoline to get some stubborn grease off of the front left
panel just a few weeks ago.  Stuff works great and doesn't harm the
stainless!  Give it a try, but be careful to no get it on any plastic,
rubber parts or the facia's

Mineral sprits works just as well.


On 7/26/05, geoff ombao <geoff_ombao@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Recently I brought my DMC to the beach, where is sat
> in a parking lot all day. When I got back to my car,
> it looked like one gigantic finger print.
> Some prints are still on the car ... culprits must
> have had tanning oil on their hands. Any suggestions
> on oily print removal? I already washed the car, and
> have tried Windex and stainless steel cleaner.
> Geoff 10718
> --- coreysmoo <coreysmoo@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > At shows, I usually just buckle the seatbelts over
> > the seats.  I'm
> > only guessing that this is a solution because I have
> > never really
> > had any problems with people trying to sneak a sit
> > in my car.  The
> > only times people sit in it is if they ask me if
> > they can for a
> > picture or whatever.  If they ask, I usually do not
> > mind.  But, the
> > seatbelt thing seems to work fine for me without
> > having to buy
> > anything extra or fancy.  The only problems I have
> > is people
> > touching my car.  No one usually touches cars at car
> > shows...  But
> > there is something about the DeLorean that makes
> > people need to
> > touch it.  What's up with that?
> > Corey
> > 2423

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