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Old 03-04-2003, 07:15 PM   #1
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Lightbulb Oxidation removal on 63 Overlander

Has anyone ever used a product called Alumprep # 33. It is a product of Aircraft Spruce. I visited with an airplane restorer today. He swears by it to remove oxidation, wipes on, washed off.
Says it will not cause leaks at seams or rivets. Uses it on aircraft. Follows with a polish.

jwi1939WHAT?? Can't believe no one has ever run across this product??
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