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One of the cars I was detailing had two bad ink stains on the interior cloth. I told the owner it was unlikely I could get it out. Once I got the car I tried about everything I had when I remembered I had a can of Acetone I recently bought to remove some epoxy residue from my Cruiser body kit. I could not believe how easy it came off. Had to share this experience so everyone knows how Acetone works. Here is the rag that removed the stain, its all there, none on the seat. Gary

 

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One of the cars I was detailing had two bad ink stains on the interior cloth. I told the owner it was unlikely I could get it out. Once I got the car I tried about everything I had when I remembered I had a can of Acetone I recently bought to remove some epoxy residue from my Cruiser body kit. I could not believe how easy it came off. Had to share this experience so everyone knows how Acetone works. Here is the rag that removed the stain, its all there, none on the seat. Gary

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Good tip, would come in handy in home as well, as I recall acetone is fingernail polish remover. For Gum, try ice, it freezes and gets brittle and breaks off. I have not tried dry ice, might work even better if it does not discolor the carpet.
 

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Kings, yes I have a spray bottle of "Ice it" which immediatley freeze's the gum. Its from one of my suppliers I buy from. Works like a charm. Gary
 
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