Topic: Re: Surface Cleaning For Epoxy Primer
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Glennster has a method he uses, but it needs to be done in a shop that has a floor drain, so I have not tried it. I do it the hard way--soap and water and/or a cleaner such as 409, maybe even mineral spirits. The final step is wax and grease remover, and you are correct it takes a long time and the rag is hardly ever clean. As to rust inhibitors, I did that once without problems, but I am leery about it. It also loosens even more black crud, meaning you destroyed all the work you did previously. Other than what Glennster will say if he reads this, I have no other ideas. Other than steam cleaning or a hot water pressure washer if you have a place to use it.
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