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    Senior Member batman's Avatar
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    did you let the brake fluid set for at least an hour?
    i coat the inside with brake fluid then soak paper towels in fluid and paste those inside too, let it sit for about an hour maybe longer.
    some of the paint would come off in 3 inch strips.
    it does leave it a little cloudy, but new paint usually takes care of that.

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    Yeah, Infact it was probably longer than that. I let it sit there with paper towels on it, covered in the stuff. Just cloudy
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