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    Does anybody know what can be used to clean-up KT supersealer? What can you use to clean the brush and any spills? This is the first time I am going to use it and there is nothing written on the bottle. I tried a practice spot on my paint tray but nothing I have seems to take it up. I have tried thinner, mineral spirits, Oil paint cleaner nothing seems to do the trick. Does anybody out there use this stuff and if so what do you clean up with?

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    Re: KT Supersealer

    KT Super Sealer is the only sealer I use -- I love the stuff. I don't use a 'real' paint tray, I use margarine containers or lids or other plastic lids and just throw them away. I use cheap brushes (as long as they don't shed) with KT and wash them with soap and water before they are dry and haven't had a problem. The brushes aren't fit for PAINTING but they're fine for the next batch of KT.

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      Re: KT Supersealer

      Am not familiar with that particular product but I would try Acetone and/or fingernail polish remover. Make sure you have adequate ventilation before using either. If whatever your trying to clean is plastic don't try those products as they will melt the plastic.

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