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CLP killed my grass!

Discussion in 'Gunsmithing & Repairs' started by tRidiot, Aug 6, 2014.

  1. Seadog

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    Get a plastic bucket like what you would use for washing a car let whatever drips into it but it will be on the patio or your grass
     
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    Muriatic acid, you're gonna need to do it before painting/staining concrete anyway.
     
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    I use a giant aluminum cookie sheet I got at the restaurant supply house. Wipe clean with a paper towel when I'm done.
     
  4. tRidiot

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    Used some doggie training pads last night and it worked well. I'll be looking into buying a couple of those washable hospital pads, probably.
     
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    You can also take them to the car wash, and put them up on the floor mat racks when you want to wash them. Few bucks to wash, then ring them out and let them air dry for a bit, and toss in the dry if you wanted. Air dry first to help get rid of the odor.
     

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