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Article about: Hi Guys, what should I use to degrease a blade (plain and etched) before applying Ren. wax? Your knowledge appreciated! Best, Chris.

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    Hi Guys, what should I use to degrease a blade (plain and etched) before applying Ren. wax? Your knowledge appreciated! Best, Chris.

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    You could try Isopropyl alcohol but keep it away from any laquer or paint and wooden or artificial grips, use a clean cotton rag moistened with the alcohol to wipe the blade and it drys in a few seconds!...
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    Hey Chris I use denatured alcohol (methylated spirits), I find its the best stuff without leaving a nasty smell.

    I suppose any de-greasing agent is what you are looking for really so you don't trap them nasty marks,

    all the best matty

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    Thanks Guys I appreciate your advice. Best, Chris.

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