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Pasta para Limpeza Limp Tek

A Pasta para Limpeza Limp Tek It is quite commented in forums on the Internet, but hard to find in local shops, at least if you live in Rio de Janeiro, where it is manufactured. For those who live in other states, principalmente no interior, left the Free Market.

I decided to purchase the Limp Tek after watching one YouTube video teaching to clean vinyl album covers her. My idea was to do the same with consoles boxes, in particular with the two newly acquired Master System II.

In my tests, however, I did not like the result of applying the Limp Tek. It cleans well, but it seems to take some of the gloss of the paint on the covers / cardboard boxes. Maybe the culprit is the magic sponge that, although very tender, it is too abrasive for the task. But the very Limp Tek also seems to leave some waste in the long run could stain or harm the durability of boxes, so I thought it best to leave it to another type of cleaning. Maybe it works well in plastic components, which currently use View (the cleaner, not the magazine that esquerdosos hate), but not yet tested.

What worked best with the boxes and consoles that happens to be my solution from now was benzine, applied with the aid of a cotton, but I will speak more of this solution in the next article.

Check out the photos in the folder for cleaning Limp Tek:

Pasta para Limpeza Limp Tek

Pasta para Limpeza Limp Tek

Pasta para Limpeza Limp Tek

Pasta para Limpeza Limp Tek

Pasta para Limpeza Limp Tek

Pasta para Limpeza Limp Tek

Pasta para Limpeza Limp Tek

Pasta para Limpeza Limp Tek

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Skooter

Skooter is a computer scientist and the founder of Skooter Blog. He is interested in everything related to technology and he likes to save money by making his purchases directly from abroad.

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