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    Quote Originally Posted by Finx View Post
    Most any parts cleaner/degreaser will remove it.
    You're talking about wax? Hard to tell cuz you didn't quote any particular post. Yes, it will remove it but not without more work than I'd want to do.
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    You donít even need degreaser to get Squirt off metal surfaces. Hot soapy water does the job...also why Squirt is s pretty bad rain/wet conditions lube.

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