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    Quote Originally Posted by KGILL View Post
    If you apply oxalic acid to your skin to neutralize the stipper, don't you have to worry about the effects of the acid itself on your skin?
    Use something simpler, use vinegar

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    Quote Originally Posted by Russ Spence View Post
    Use something simpler, use vinegar
    I will buy a bottle today and keep it on my truck. even with all the protection i can use it still seems to get on me somehow.
    Steven Mendez
    www.westernmainepressurewashing.com
    Residential Pressure Washing, Soft Washing, and Deck Cleaning and Staining
    207-935-4503

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    Keep a bottle of vinegar and a bottle of ammonia or bag of baking soda with you at all times. Never know when a spill or accident can happen, especially when using stronger acids and cleaners.
    David Phillips
    Southern Stain & Seal, LLC
    www.SouthernStainAndSeal.com
    www.facebook.com/southernstainandseal
    Office: (615) 604-5115

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    I keep vinegar. If you ever pour SH in your shoe, you will need it fast. David, explain the ammonia and baking soda since we're not use to working with acids.

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