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The Lifehack's way to remove industrial lubricant is to: Remove as much excess from the surface as possible with absorbent 'wipes.'You may wish to wear protective coverings for your hands and face. Soak the parts in WD-40®. Wipe "dry". Good luck.


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The usual way to remove industrial lubricant is to: Remove as much excess from the surface as possible with absorbent 'wipes.' You may wish to wear protective coverings for your hands and face. Dissolve the remainder in a suitable detergent solution using a brush or with deionized water in an ultrasonic cleaner. Rinse the cleaned objects. Thoroughly dry ...


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