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07-29-2009 06:37 PM
timebandit Soft wire wheel on a bench grinder.
07-29-2009 03:51 PM
dsmylie Once cured you will have to use mechanical mens. A dental pick or similar device works pretty well but depending on how many you have to clean it could be very labor intensive. I always just replace the fasteners, but then again I have not removed all my fixtures at one time. Good luck.

David
07-29-2009 03:16 PM
doubleeboy Xylene

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07-29-2009 01:03 PM
OhioTom
Removing 3M 101 from fasteners

I'm re-coring my deck and have hundreds of fasteners I want to reuse that are slathered in 3M 101 or equivalent caulk. What is an easy way to strip all the caulk from the fasteners?

I'm soaking a few test pieces in mineral spirits. What will get it off easily (dissolve it) without reacting with the stainless steel?

Thanks.

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