Loc: Stoughton, WI USA
Notes for if your iBook is clear, which I am 90% positive it is::
If you have difficulty finding 95% or so isopropyl alcohol, your best bet is to visit the pharmacy, as opposed to other sources. Watch what you are buying, because most of the stuff out there is 70%. Too little isopropyl alcohol content and that's a lot more scrubbing than needed. It will work, but as well as a sponge in crude oil. As for something to remove paint with, paper towels work okay, though a soft cloth may be better, it's your choice.
Why I edited: I phrased part of it in such a way as to confuse the reader. My appologies.
Post edited by: whitlock, at: 2004/09/13 09:53
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