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    SPEED KILLS, BUT YOU GET THERE QUICKER Keddano's Avatar
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    How To-Removing Painted MC Number

    The new Ski was from Wisconsin,so it has to have new MC Numbers.The easiest way to remove Painted on numbers is drinking a Beer and waiting.Firt you'll need Beer,Then a can of Easy Off Oven Cleaner and some sort of brush.Spray on Oven Cleaner over the Numbers,Open beer and drink.Wait about 15 minutes,Just make sure the numbers stay wet.Then take the brush and work the #'s with it.Apply more cleaner and drink Beer.After awhile work it some more.Repeat as needed till the number are gone.Them just rub the Ski out.The Cleaner will not hurt the decal,or Automotive paint.

    Side note:It appears the over cleaner brings the rub rails back to looking great.Have to see how it looks after water.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Keddano View Post
    The easiest way to remove Painted on numbers is drinking a Beer and waiting. .......Open beer and drink.Wait about 15 minutes,......Apply more cleaner and drink Beer........Repeat as needed till the number are gone......

    What's your beer to cleaner ratio? I'm guessing a 6 pack per can of cleaner.

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    SPEED KILLS, BUT YOU GET THERE QUICKER Keddano's Avatar
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    A six pack should be enough to get the numbers off.A few more if it's really hot out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keddano View Post
    A six pack should be enough to get the numbers off.A few more if it's really hot out.
    Sounds like a job for a really really hot day.

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    That's just too funny.....beer to cleaner ratio.

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    I believe that any "fix" ratio that is posted on the POLARIS forum from now should be in beer to job ratio -its much easier for us to comprehend

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