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Old 07-22-2009, 08:08 PM   #11
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I know! It was pretty amazing!. I just soaked a paper towel in it, and then dropped the paper towel flat on the parts that were emssed up. Then like a minute later i could basically just wipe the crud off with another piece. Other parts i just used the razor because it was caked on. :/ I think i found out what all that junk was, it was leftover rubber cement that they messed up on. Thats why water and some scrubing wouldnt take it off.

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