[DML] Re: Cleaning stainless steel
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[DML] Re: Cleaning stainless steel



 
 
Why isn't it DeLorean related?
 
In my experience these permanent markers can be removed with a bit of  
solvent such as lacquer thinner.
 
I once had hundreds of water stains on the horizontal surfaces of my D  and 
the only thing that took them out was vinegar..
 
Dave Delman
D² & 6530
(yeah , the one with the 2700 ohm resistor.)
 
 
7. Cleaning stainless steel
Posted by: "H"  heskin@xxxxxxxxx henryhank
Date: Thu Aug 31, 2006 7:42 pm  (PDT)


Ok, so it's not exactly Delorean related since it isn't on  my
Delorean, but it is a friend's brushed stainless steel kitchen  table.

He had a party, and alot of people signed a banner with  permanent
markers, which, of course, bled through to the stainless.   Luckily, I
was able to prevent him from using steel wool to clean the table..  So,
suppose someone used a permanent magic marker on your hood...  how
would you go about removing the marks (that is, from the hood, not  the
head of the culprit)?

Please email me directly.  thanks.

-Hank
#1619




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