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    Re: Rinseless wash sponges

    Quote Originally Posted by Coatingsarecrack View Post
    So misread someone that soaking in -N-914 removed staining from BRS. Tried it but didn’t work. Again misread post.
    I don’t understand how you could confuse such clear and concise posting.

    But that spurred you to inadvertently test N-914 and Feynlab Pure Rinseless, which gave some nice results. Thanks.

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    Re: Rinseless wash sponges

    Quote Originally Posted by dgage View Post
    I donít understand how you could confuse such clear and concise posting.

    But that spurred you to inadvertently test N-914 and Feynlab Pure Rinseless, which gave some nice results. Thanks.
    I thought you were saying 914 reomoved previous staining. Then just got bored


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    Re: Rinseless wash sponges

    You guys are overthinking this staining thing. Wash them out with some APC every so often or when desired.

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    Re: Rinseless wash sponges

    Quote Originally Posted by Coatingsarecrack View Post
    I thought you were saying 914 reomoved previous staining. Then just got bored
    I thought about it later but never went back and made my original post more clear. Well we’re clearly communicating now.

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    Re: Rinseless wash sponges

    Quote Originally Posted by The Guz View Post
    You guys are overthinking this...
    Mike - What is this overthinking thing you’re referring to? We would never do such a thing.

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    Re: Rinseless wash sponges

    Quote Originally Posted by The Guz View Post
    You guys are overthinking this staining thing. Wash them out with some APC every so often or when desired.
    I was just wondering if it could remove Staining then might just use a 914 wash to clean now and then.

    Not really over thinkingÖ. Just curious Rinseless wash sponges


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    Re: Rinseless wash sponges

    Quote Originally Posted by Coatingsarecrack View Post
    I thought you were saying 914 reomoved previous staining. Then just got bored


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    My BRS was stained when I was a Wolfgang Uber user. After switching to N-914, it eventually looks brand new again. I never washed the sponge, it just goes into the bucket to do the rinseless and when I'm done, it's on a rack drying. I never let it soak. Just using it normally eventually got rid of the stains.

    Stains can be different and have sources that are unique to each use. In my case, N-914 made the BRS look new again and has kept it that way. I have a new one in the bag that I had purchased to replace the old and ended up never opening the package since my first BRS looks great still.
    Bruno Soares


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    Re: Rinseless wash sponges

    I’ve left my UBS in the onr bucket since last week because I thought I’d read that is what you’re supposed to do. Did I do wrong?

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    Rinseless wash sponges

    Quote Originally Posted by Texchappy View Post
    Iíve left my UBS in the onr bucket since last week because I thought Iíd read that is what youíre supposed to do. Did I do wrong?
    You can but itís not an ONR instructions thing. You can read folks that have left it out and it dried to where it was crumbling and folks who have left it in and it got moldy.

    I leave mine out to dry on a grit guard. When doing rinseless I fill bucket 1st thing and let soak fo 10-20 minutes.

    Itís back to that overthinking thing. I donít think anyway is really wrong.


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    Re: Rinseless wash sponges

    Quote Originally Posted by Texchappy View Post
    I’ve left my UBS in the onr bucket since last week because I thought I’d read that is what you’re supposed to do. Did I do wrong?
    Not required to leave it in the bucket.

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