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Wellseal

alscomet

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Has anyone any good tips to remove Wellseal from gaskets ? I know it says on the packet thin with
Tricoethelene but this stuff is worse than using Wellseal. Alan
 

Kansas Bad Man

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Try WD40, they claim miracles for it and it might just work, when I was wiping the excess off my engine I think I used Jizer.


If you go to your auto parts store, there is a paste wax that removes road tar and doesn't harm paint, that works pretty good , cant remember the name at the moment , getting old is a bitch, but far better then not.:)
 

nkt267

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But don't try to wipe excess Wellseal off paint with thinners....Don't ask:eek::oops:..I forgot what rag I picked up..
Panel wipe doesn't remove paint..John
 

chankly bore

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They used to call meths. "White Lightning " over here. Sometime in the 60's they re-formulated it with an emetic to stop the problem of resolute and purposeful ingestion.
 
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