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09 Feb 12 #311342 by raybird
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can anyone tell me how to get grip fill off kitchen surfaces, i bought some today to fill some gaps but wish i hadnt its hardened like glue and ive got it everywhere, ive got gloss worktops so cant really scrap it off . thanks xxx

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09 Feb 12 #311349 by Young again
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Hi Raybird,

No scrapings - I''d 1st try Gripfill and worktop manufacturer for advice because the usual alkane cyclohexane may not work on the gripfill and may take the gloss off your worktop.

Bummer :-(

Good luck fair maiden!

YA
PS What makes you think divorce makes people knowledgeable about organic chemistry?

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16 Feb 12 #312694 by raybird
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thank you and i dont no ive started to learn about random `stuff` to :woohoo: xx

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