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stevieturbo

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For cleaning...I usually just wipe with stainless brush or wire wool. If the metal is fairly new etc....I've never really had any issue.
Don't think I've ever tried using acetone.

But I certainly wouldnt try to weld anything dirty if it could be avoided, or if for some reason it cannot be ground or burred clean...you may need to try and burn it clean with the torch, prior to actually getting a welding puddle started, but that tends to be messy.

9.85 @ 145mph
202mph standing mile
speed didn't kill me, but taxation probably will

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