AGHHH! chain oil/lube mark on cream...

Discussion in 'CycleChat Cafe' started by mr Mag00, 16 May 2010.

  1. mr Mag00

    mr Mag00 rising member

    Location:
    Deepest Dorset
    ..car interior. what is best to dab this away with?
     
  2. montage

    montage God Almighty

    Location:
    Bethlehem
    The best person to talk to about removing lube marks in cars is wigsie
     
  3. OP
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    mr Mag00

    mr Mag00 rising member

    Location:
    Deepest Dorset
  4. slowmotion

    slowmotion Quite dreadful

    Location:
    lost somewhere
    IPA (isopropyl alcohol) will probably work.
     
  5. montage

    montage God Almighty

    Location:
    Bethlehem
    He is well known for applying lots of lube whilst in his car late at nights.
    Just ask MacB the butterflybarboy
     
  6. OP
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    mr Mag00

    mr Mag00 rising member

    Location:
    Deepest Dorset
    I am not sure I want to know now TY :rolleyes:
     
  7. Globalti

    Globalti Legendary Member

    WD40 should work but that will leave an oily mark. How about Swarfega? That washes off with warm water.
     
  8. Twenty Inch

    Twenty Inch New Member

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    Behind a desk
    Face it, Magoo, you're dead. Best to settle your affairs and go with a bit of grace.
     
  9. OP
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    mr Mag00

    mr Mag00 rising member

    Location:
    Deepest Dorset
    ty Twentyinch :laugh:
     
  10. tyred

    tyred Legendary Member

    Location:
    Ireland
    A nail scrubber and one of those bars of vanish stain remover can work wonders on car interiors.
     
  11. I've been surprised at the effectiveness of baby wipes in removing stains without doing any damage. That would be the first thing I'd try wipes and good scrub.
     
  12. adscrim

    adscrim Veteran

    Location:
    Perth
    +1 on the babywipes.
     
  13. OP
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    mr Mag00

    mr Mag00 rising member

    Location:
    Deepest Dorset
    ta will have a go with the wipes
     
  14. vernon

    vernon Harder than Ronnie Pickering

    Location:
    Meanwood, Leeds
    There are oil and tar removers in the household cleaners section of large supermarkets.

    Neat Muc Off or the equivalent definitely works - personal experience.
     
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