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    oops. got a dusty hand print on my new box. paint was dry, hand was dusty. the dust will come off but anything i try to wipe the box with gets shredded and then those peices stick to the box

    tried a nice rag and a polo shirt, both got shredded.

    my finish is similar to srx finish in terms of roughness. not smooth, but you wont cut your hand either. i would say a nice 120grit feel.

    any advice?
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  • #2
    cover the rest of the box with dusty handprints? :lol:


    How about compressed air?

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    • #3
      i could try air when i get back there (rhymes)

      as to your first suggestion - where is the tongue sticking out smiley?
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      • #4
        i could try air when i get back there (rhymes)

        as to your first suggestion - where is the tongue sticking out smiley?


        In my experience, the first suggestion might be the more useful <--there it is

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        • #5
          agreed. but i want to actually use the box once before 'customizing' it.
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          • #6
            Bristle paint brush or a soft "el cheapo" walmart scrub brush. I use an "armorall" style protectant on my SRX cabinets. Brings out the black color and keeps the dirt and lint from sticking.
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            • #7
              Mineral spirits? Lightly rubbing so you don't screw up the actual finish may get that out for you.

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