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Old 08-25-2011, 08:17 AM
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You can scrape it and rub it with cleansers and magic erasers all you want, it won't help. The stain is not on the surface, it's soaked in.

Mix up a solution or dish detergent (like cascade for the dish washer, not the liquid sink stuff) and water in a bucket and soak it in there for a couple days. The soap will penetrate and it should lift the stain.
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LMFAO!!!!
Ah, so you guys know the place. It's like the local version of walking thru a JcWhitney catalog.

BTW, Warshawski / JC Whitney was quite the experience--to walk through their retail store in Chicago back in the day. Is it still there??
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Run by Advance Auto; swing thru the rice-a-roni aisle, and stick a leather wrap on that bad boy.
LOL! I know exactly what you mean. It's like a toy store for fart cars.
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Throw the stupid thing in the garbage can.

Concentrate on whats important on here. What jeans fit you the best ??
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Throw the stupid thing in the garbage can.

Concentrate on whats important on here. What jeans fit you the best ??
LMFAO!!!!!!
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Old 08-25-2011, 12:38 PM
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Go to a dry cleaner and ask to buy a small cup of " Jinx Ink" its the only chemical that will break down the color pigments in the ink and remove it... all the other concoctions are just waste of time. I used to own a dry cleaners and thats all that ever took out ink
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Tanner, go build a Hard Azz....lol! Your son should have his autographed pic soon....glad to help.
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Try some brake clean on a rag. Cleans white rub rails to look like new.
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Try Baking Soda And Toothpaste Mixed in eqal part's, Worked on my stuff even Interior Pieces.
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I would let it sit in roll off, or soak a rag and leave it on there
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