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Cleaning Koverall

Old 03-29-2010, 10:49 AM
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I have an old Super Aeromaster that was evidently covered with Koverall and was painted. However, it still retains the textured surface of a fabric covering, and dirt and grit and grime from several years has made this thing really dull and dirty looking. Is there a product and/or method of cleaning this fabric and bringing back the original finish? Thanks, guys and gals.
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I use a product called Krudcutter, but most any household cleaner like 409 will work. Just test it first in a not so obvious place to make sure it doesn't tke the paint with it. I would use a cotton cloth or blue shop towl too.
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Old 03-29-2010, 07:59 PM
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409 is the best. Been using koverall for 20 years, i clean always with 409. Doesn't hurt the pain, doesn't harm the nitrate or but..... dope. 409!!!!!

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