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Old 02-15-2011, 03:25 PM
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Since the 70's I've used Dupont Prep Sol as a de-waxer and road oil remover. I've just used up my last gallon and hear it is no longer available. True? If so, what would be a similar product I could use? Thanks.
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PPG has DX330 and a stronger version DX440 both work good.
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I thought this post had something to do with bikini's
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Dupont 3812 works well too.. also dupont 3939s works good too..

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Since the 70's I've used Dupont Prep Sol as a de-waxer and road oil remover. I just squirt some in my right hand and wax on wax off method..and hear it is no longer available. True? If so, what would be a similar product I could use? Thanks.

you really don't want me to answer that do you.
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you really don't want me to answer that do you.
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Since the 70's I've used Dupont Prep Sol as a de-waxer and road oil remover.I just squirt some in my right hand and wax on wax off method..and hear it is no longer available. True? If so, what would be a similar product I could use? Thanks.
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you really don't want me to answer that do you.
I can see i am going to have to make a trip South and pee in your sinks.
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