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Unread 07-13-2013, 07:34 AM
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Re: Brake cleaner

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Even triple 1 trichlorethylene is better than brake cleaner.
I know a company that packaged 111 as brake cleaner. I've bought and sold thousands of cases of it.
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    Re: Brake cleaner

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    I will of course continue to huff paint recreationally despite what SCFlip thinks is stoopid. Nothing like a nice relaxing baggie of paint with your wife on the back patio after a long week at work...


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    Unread 07-13-2013, 08:24 AM
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    I heard that bronze and silver were the best huffers. I guess the give away is a gold or silver face, nose and mouth.....lol

    Sounds like a gummy mess to me.

    You'd be amazed at how many people can't pass a drug screen (mandatory with my employer...)
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    I heard that bronze and silver were the best huffers. I guess the give away is a gold or silver face, nose and mouth.....lol)
    I'm more of a blue guy, myself. But I'm recreational only, I can quit anytime I want.
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    Re: Brake cleaner

    i agree you cant be to carefull with any chemical! i use the "BRAKEKLEEN" brand, and allways wear rubber gloves and near a fan
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    Unread 07-16-2013, 08:55 PM
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    Re: Brake cleaner

    Brake Cleaner has other uses, especially in the summer. Beats any wasp and hornet killer hands down.

    Drops 'em like a howitzer shell, right now.

    ...and, it's a whole lot cheaper.

    Little suckers don't care what brand, chlorinated or not.
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    i agree you cant be to carefull with any chemical! i use the "BRAKEKLEEN" brand, and allways wear rubber gloves and near a fan
    I spray that stuff on towels and clean my hands with the towel. If you have cuts on your hands, it stings.
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