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What some may view as an argument I view as a different perspective.
Quote:As a professional, my choice would BP Blaster. A much better product for the task.Stan
Quote:A simple tool like a battery terminal puller may work.Stan
Quote:Quote:A simple tool like a battery terminal puller may work.Stan "As a professional, my choice would BP Blaster. A much better product for the task."Which is it? Are you trying to confuse the guy? After that classy post earlier I guess a post with some real content to it, no matter how confusing, should be considered a step in the right direction. My bet is on the WD. Which the link above to Wikipedia(?) calls a penetrateing oil I believe.
Quote:Not sure if it was the WD-40 or the heat. I'm leaning toward the heat. It did not come off with WD-40 alone.