What's the best cleaner for tool kit bags?

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Hugo Karasawa
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Re: What's the best cleaner for tool kit bags?

#31 Post by Hugo Karasawa » Thu Jul 11, 2019 2:35 pm

Benjamin,
Have you tried Oil Eater?
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Re: What's the best cleaner for tool kit bags?

#32 Post by Benjamin Abraham » Thu Jul 11, 2019 2:48 pm

Oil Eater and Goop Hand Cleaner have been ordered for follow up testing.... I will report back!!

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Re: What's the best cleaner for tool kit bags?

#33 Post by Spencer Harris » Thu Jul 11, 2019 3:11 pm

HELP: I am having some technical difficulties uploading photos to this forum....many photos are appearing upside down...anyone know why this is happening? my solution, is to delete it from the post, re-save the file, and then re-upload it.

Benjamin, I think you've reached the limit for a single thread. I had that problem a couple years ago and ended up starting I think two additional threads titled "subject #2 and subject #3" in order to upload all the photo documentation. The other alternative might be to reduce the file size of your attachment photos. Looks like they're all in the 2 to 4MB range. Reducing them to 4 or 500kB will likely keep the thread within the limits of the server.
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Re: What's the best cleaner for tool kit bags?

#34 Post by Benjamin Abraham » Thu Jul 11, 2019 3:43 pm

Spencer Harris wrote:
Thu Jul 11, 2019 3:11 pm
HELP: I am having some technical difficulties uploading photos to this forum....many photos are appearing upside down...anyone know why this is happening? my solution, is to delete it from the post, re-save the file, and then re-upload it.

Benjamin, I think you've reached the limit for a single thread. I had that problem a couple years ago and ended up starting I think two additional threads titled "subject #2 and subject #3" in order to upload all the photo documentation. The other alternative might be to reduce the file size of your attachment photos. Looks like they're all in the 2 to 4MB range. Reducing them to 4 or 500kB will likely keep the thread within the limits of the server.
will do...Thank you!

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