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Default How to remove protective cover on Lexan?

replying to Stan Schaefer, BobK wrote:
anything in a can from a big box store is mostly Acetone no matter what the
can says. Go to an automotive paint store or if your near the coast a marine
paint dealer. They will have the real deal thinners.

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