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Hi,
I shouldn't have done it but took my Shaker to the dealer for service.
When I got her home I see oil on the shaker scoop and black spoiler.
Just where the tech touched it with a rag or hand...

Any ideas on how to easily remove the stain before I put on Areo 303?

Thanks!
 

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Try Dr. Beasley’s. I used it on my matte motorcycle all the time, with good results.
 

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Something paint safe like Gyeon Prep would likely work

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Super Clean will do it. I buy it in gallon container then mix up 2 spray bottles. One mixed 1 part Super Clean & 1 part water, the other 1 part Super Clean & 3 parts water. One or the other works well for most cleaning situations.
 

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Thanks for the replies!
i was hoping to use something i already have on hand....

Called the dealer and they said glass cleaner?
not sure if that is a good route or not.

I have rubbing alcohol, WD 40, brake cleaner, dawn, and carb cleaner and most other cleaners on hand.
Also the Areo 303...

Thoughts?
 

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I was going to suggest PineSol, but Dawn dish washing soap would be a safe thing to try.

I would be afraid to use brake cleaner or a carb cleaner. You don't want to tarnish the paint.
 

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Tub-O-Towels is great for that. Safely cleans much more than just hands. Took some tar off my fender like a charm.
 

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I would go with the Dawn.
 

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Ended up using dawn and water and that took most of it off.
Still can see it some if the light is right...

Soon i will apply the Areo 303 to try to bring back the nice black finish.

Thanks for all the help all!
 
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