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|02-14-2012, 10:47 AM||#1|
Join Date: Jan 2011
Location: North Houston
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Experience: 10+ years
Kreem Line Removal
I have a '73 Triumph Tiger that someone probably Kreem'ed years ago. It was delaminating.
Has anyone succesfully removed the old Kreem? Had Acetone in there for 24 hours with some lug bolts and actually did a decent job but about 25% is still in there (or from my vision with flashlight and mirrors. Probably more). Have it soaking a second time.
Can this stuff be totally removed with conventional methods of soaking in Acetone?
Has anyone ever used high pressure water from a car wash or home pressure washer down the filler with short blasts?
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