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reeve_mike
2005-10-27, 10:31
Hi

Can anyone recommend a good cleaner for removing
greasy finger prints from the black finish of an SB2 case ...?

THANKS!

Mike

jackaninny
2005-10-27, 12:26
1 to 10 mixture should do it

reeve_mike
2005-10-28, 05:17
THANKS for the quick response!

But could I ask you to translate "simple green" from
American English to English English for us British folks :-)

Mike

bishopdonmiguel
2005-10-28, 07:30
> But could I ask you to translate "simple green" from
> American English to English English for us British folks :-)

"Simple green" is a cleaning product... http://consumer.simplegreen.com

Michaelwagner
2005-10-28, 08:11
"Simple green" is a cleaning product... http://consumer.simplegreen.com
I think he meant, do you know of an equivalent english product?

MrC
2005-10-28, 09:23
THANKS for the quick response!

But could I ask you to translate "simple green" from
American English to English English for us British folks :-)

The left over grease from a couple of those nasty English morning eggs? :-)

kolepard
2005-10-28, 10:37
>reeve_mike Wrote:
>> THANKS for the quick response!
>>
>> But could I ask you to translate "simple green" from
> > American English to English English for us British folks :-)

I've always just used a soft, slightly moist cloth, though I do use
Simple Green elsewhere.

Not to be obnoxious, but whatever are you trying to get off that
won't come off with a clean, damp cloth?

Kevin
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reeve_mike
2005-11-01, 11:04
>Not to be obnoxious, but whatever are you trying to get off that
>won't come off with a clean, damp cloth?
>
>Kevin
>--
>Kevin O. Lepard

I wish I knew ... :-O

I recently noticed the finger prints and they won't seem to come out
- I'm a bit surprised because I thought that I had always washed my hands
before moving by SB2 around ...

Still it gives me an excuse to get an SB3 ... :-)

dwc
2005-11-01, 12:25
Simple Green's contents are not published, but might roughly equate to a citrus-based cleaner you can find in the UK.