Handchecks 2022

I was being facetious lol

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:checkered_flag: This is truly a great pairing :checkered_flag:

note: I have to use a insulator/spacer or the 510 shorts. It’s a good thing the mod has protection and shuts down when shorted. I fashioned the spacer from a plastic water bottle cap using scissors and a single hole paper punch.

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This has a yellowish stain to ot because of greasy hands… This is pretty spendy but dish soap didn’t work. Other options?

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Should out to KFC in the background. Their potato salad was frozen

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Happy Friday the 13th…

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nothing but dry hits, eh?

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Try the Coleslaw :ok_hand:

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Not a fan, always opt for tater salad…

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…the yellow stains are not from the two piece I had, other types of grease

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Don’t get carried away on the rubbing but try alcohol. Test it on a tiny spot first. Don’t know what was used so be careful. Start dabbing and see what is coming off on the paper towel.

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IDK, looks like earwax to me :man_shrugging:

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Alumide I believe

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Blimey, that dude is the MacGuyver of Squonks

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Oh, I have an eraser, it’s on a pencil I just have to wipe off the ear wax

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Alumide is the alloy the body is made from. The paint is applied to to the alloy. I’m trying to protect the paint so it doesn’t become all silver. Sorry I didn’t make that clear.

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Don’t know if it’ll work but maybe Goo Gone? That stuff works on a lot of stuff. Maybe lemon juice???

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OR

I can’t vouch for using these on Alumide but they melt away grease and oil. I use them on everything and have not experienced any I’ll effects on anything to date.

If anyone reading this turns a wrench you either already know about these or you will thank me later.

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