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Old 08-05-2017, 01:19 PM
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cleaning idea trialed idea trialled

being lazy and practically always leaving pallates to solidify , whilst also using this idea for other hobbies , I came up with the idea of merging the two .....

effectively it is a idea to easily strip paint whilst not damaging the plastic or material underneath

my palate was thick with solidified paint that I initialy stripped as much as possible with a paint knife

also the dipper was solidified linseed oil in one and liquin in another up to about 1/4 level

the good news is it is pretty much 0 effort and inexpensive , I used on oils but equally I can't see it not working for alkyds or acrylics

the technique is simple , cheap and effortless

put your items to be cleaned in a polythene carrier bag . then spray your items in Mr Muscle oven cleaner ( or similar equivalent ) outside ,,seal bag and leave for 48 hrs ,, after 48 hours most if not all will wash off under the hot tap ( wear rubber gloves ,) if any does remain a second go round often works
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Re: cleaning idea trialed idea trialled

Or take up Watercolours!.
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Old 08-05-2017, 05:14 PM
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Re: cleaning idea trialed idea trialled

Good idea - despite my good intentions I've let yet another stay wet palette dry up on me .
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