Oxalic Acid On Silk Screen

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PCHiggin

Riding a '38 Autocycle Deluxe
Jan 22, 2008
4,032
Ryderwood, United States
Hi,I tried a search on this with no luck. Will OA remove silk screens from a chainguard? Might be a dumb question because I know Windex will remove screening in about 2 seconds,but maybe OA isnt as harsh? I dont know. The more I read about OA, the more Im amazed by it. Thanks
 

GTs58

I'm the Wiz, and nobody beats me!
Sep 2, 2012
12,013
Central Arizona
If the screening is at the point to where it will wipe off with water and a terry cloth, then there is a chance. I've had a few were the paint was basically a dry powder and if it's that far gone trying to save it is a lost cause unless you clear coat it before doing anything to it.
 

PCHiggin

Riding a '38 Autocycle Deluxe
Jan 22, 2008
4,032
Ryderwood, United States
If the screening is at the point to where it will wipe off with water and a terry cloth, then there is a chance. I've had a few were the paint was basically a dry powder and if it's that far gone trying to save it is a lost cause unless you clear coat it before doing anything to it.
Clear coat might be a good idea.Thanks
 
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