Basketball Short+Resin=Oh Noes!!!

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Macattack64

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Is there a way to get some light spots of Resin off of basketball shorts... It looks like it soaked through my jumpsuit...
 

MustangMatt

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I would try searching for something that will remove it. Anything too caustic will kill your shorts too, so you'll have to do searching on what kind of "lite" chemicals you could use.
 

Macattack64

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Silverzippo93 said:
Just use them for resin shorts now.

Rule 1. Don't resin in clothes you care about.

I had a freakin jumpsuit on... I thought they would be fine...
 
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Sean Bradley

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Say goodbye to your shorts. Resin doesn't come off of cloth once it's hardened.

Next time wear clothes that you can get dirty.
 

Macattack64

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Sean Bradley said:
Say goodbye to your shorts. Resin doesn't come off of cloth once it's hardened.

Next time wear clothes that you can get dirty.

Actually Sean... It came out... :)...

My mom used this stuff called... Crud Cutter... :\
 
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joshua61991

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NEver heard of crud cutter. I got some paint stains from painting the house so can you ask your mom where she got that? Also for Oil stains use gasoline. Just thought id throw that out while we are on the subject of stains. Gas also pwns bees.
 

papamurf812

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Gas is good for putting out fires.









WARNING: Will not actually, I'm kidding!
 
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Macattack64

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Fuffuloo 117 said:
Lol, lol, and more lol.

On Topic: Wait so you did get it out?

Yes, It did come out... Probably helped that it wasn't hardened... :\
 
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