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    Battery Post Corosion Preventor.. GRRRRRRRRRR

    Spent a little time today pulling all my battery connections and hitting them with a wire brush.. decided to coat the posts with the purple spray sealant for good measure. Apparently, while putting things back together I got some on my finger and didn't know it until I touched a nice white vinyl seat... I immediately scrubbed it with warm soapy water to no avail. I mean didn't even phase it. I've got a purple spot the size of a dime on my port observers seat... any idea how to get this stuff off?..

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    Back in the good ol' days a 2006 22ve
    Kent acrysol found at most any body repair supply store. Its about as mild as can be yet still remove stains.
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    Thanks a ton Mike! I'll have to pick some up

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    Hey is that the same as acetone? I've got some of that..

  5. Another solution is to get a paint or dye for vinyl seats.

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