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Cleaning caps... help?

Discussion in 'Third Rail' started by xRyanBx, May 16, 2006.

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  1. xRyanBx

    xRyanBx New Jack

    Joined: May 16, 2006 Messages: 4 Likes Received: 0
    Hello good people. Long time reader, first time poster.

    Anyways, I've been hearing some talk of some spray called Varsol that cleans out caps, but is there anything I can make/mix and just let the caps soak in it? Might be a stupid question, or already answered, but I figured, "Aw, what the heck."

    Anyhow, thanks in advance.
  2. Port-A-John Enthusiest

    Port-A-John Enthusiest Senior Member

    Joined: Apr 18, 2006 Messages: 1,617 Likes Received: 68
    just use the caps that come on the cans?
  3. xRyanBx

    xRyanBx New Jack

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    The caps on the cans aren't always fill/outline, etc.
  4. ADEL

    ADEL Member

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  5. xRyanBx

    xRyanBx New Jack

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  6. Mizu-oner

    Mizu-oner Junior Member

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    acetone, just let them soak in acetone
  7. biophonc

    biophonc New Jack

    Joined: May 16, 2006 Messages: 19 Likes Received: 0
    buy new ones!

    back in the days, when you had to steal betrix caps from the beauty departments are definetly over. Aceton is ok, but it also soften the plastic. Do yourself a favour and buy new ones. Besides that,.. chrome cans comes with fatcaps. and if it's not bloody cold or you use bullshit paint, you can use one cap for a whole 10 can piece ;)
  8. Flavicon

    Flavicon Senior Member

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    just use these. They don't clog easy. And if you have any skill at all you won't even need a skinny cap.
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