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Old 07-11-2007, 05:28 PM
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I have a rubbing compound that says best applyed with cheesecloth... Where do I find Cheesecloth? In a block of cheese??!?! LOL.
 
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hi dude, try a place that sells body shop supplies. not from a block of cheese. hehehe bubba
 
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You can buy cheesecloth at the grocery store or a kitchen supply store. You think I would know especially since I am basically a cheese expert at my job. I've never heard of using cheesecloth. You would think it would scratch, hmmm.
 
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Cheesecloth is really good for certain applications (this one seems to be one of those), as davtak said a grocery store or even your auto parts store will carry cheesecloth. What are you using it for or with?
 
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Old 07-11-2007, 08:59 PM
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Turtlewax Heavy Duty Rubbing compound.
For theSuburban... I've been applying it witha terry rag, thenwhiched to a slightly roughershop rag... no go.It has a place on it where it looks like the previous owner scrubbed a pylaster at the gas station or in a parking lot. I tried to claybar it out but its worse than I thought. It doesn't look like it damaged the paint underneath though, so thats a good thing, but the old paint rubboff is caked.
 

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