If you're gonna get wet a $150 power washer from home depot is the best solution IMO, no nasty chemicals and perfectly clean holds.jemerson
It's supposed to be biodegradable so hopefully no nasty chemicals
I washed a couple hundred holds in an acid wash, without gloves once. That stuff does a number on your hands, especially if you have ANY, even small wounds. stingy!
I took some holds off my home wall today. I soaked them for about 10 minutes in a solution of one part white vinegar, one part water, and a squirt of liquid soap. They came out very clean, and I was able to wipe away any remaining rubber with my thumb. This is bio-friendly, can be put down the drain, will not change the hold texture, and will not burn your skin!
i'd like to test this stuff, I run a hold review site and it could be very interesting!!
I tried Benky (300 holds) and found it didn't work anywhere near as good as expected and was extremely costly as well. Won't be going back!
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