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Silicone Grease on Polyurethane

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Silicone Grease on Polyurethane
Okay, this is one of the biggest pain in the butt applications I’ve ever had to clean. Up until now I hadn’t found any cleaner that could do it without damaging what the silicone grease was on. Polyurethane bushings need to be pre-greased before assembly with a special silicone based grease that is both sticky and hard to remove. The problem has been once I’ve gotten it on a painted surface (such as the mounting point on a car body, bracket or the part the bushing is installed in itself), the only solution I had was to try to rub off as much as possible with a dry rag and put up with the sticky film that attracts all kinds of dirt and dust (if I didn’t want to damage the paint, plastic, rubber, polyurethane, or whatever other soft surface it was attached to).
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Silicone Grease Gone
With GreaseMaster, I’ve found the most efficient way to get the GreaseMaster/silicone grease amalgam off is to rub off the excess with a dry shop towel, spray the remaining residue with GreaseMaster at 2:1 and start rubbing with a clean part of the towel. Keep changing to a clean part of the towel as soon as the silicone grease builds up and starts to smear. After the GreaseMaster and grease is rubbed off, I hit the bushing (or other surface) once more just to make sure I get it all off and, viola, a clean bushing. As Patty and I discovered it also works exceptionally well (if not better) on the body mounts.
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