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Scruffmeister30/03/2015 19:31:34
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My new Wots Wot ARTF has some strange blemishes on the covering. Some reddish in colour, some more black. I've tried removing them using denatured alcohol but that did nothing - anyone got any tips for removing them?



Andy Ennis30/03/2015 19:37:21
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Try acetone, and if meths or acetone won't shift it, then I'm afraid you may be stuck with it!


Percy Verance30/03/2015 20:38:51
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I thought denatured alcohol was meths?

Not seen marks like that before. Maybe they're flaws (faults) in the material?

Edited By Percy Verance on 30/03/2015 20:39:58

Don Fry30/03/2015 20:39:24
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Or white spirit?

onetenor30/03/2015 20:45:09
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amyl Acetate ? Test any of these solvents on scrap first as they may soften the plastics. However those marks look as though they are on the back. Maybe picked up by the sticky backing.

Scruffmeister30/03/2015 21:33:57
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Sadly after some testing I think they are flaws in the covering itself. Don't suppose anyone knows the make and product code of the orange film used on the Ripmax Foss models?

john stones 130/03/2015 21:39:38
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I would guess at Profilm Scruff


ken anderson.31/03/2015 15:31:36
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WD 40 is a good mark/stain remover...what about some sticker's from a car shop to cover any marks or some solar trim.....

ken trim dept.

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