Tidy - but why am I looking at the original and thinking "Who ya gonna call...?"
MaybeThose three look ripe for restoration Ian. Thinking of having a go?
I had one of them. I have had a chipped front tooth since I was about 9 when I decided to bite one of the tyres off the hub. Me Mam was not at all happy.
Or “Sprocket upsets the collectors”…..
But it’s not original!!!
Who you gonna call? It has to be Ecto 1 mate, if you can't get the stuff go for the pre makeover
Nitromors is good for stripping diecasts too, just rinse afterwards.After a few seconds the roaring and spitting calm right down to a vicious bubbling, the fumes quickly disperse and you can see the boiling water tinged with paint colour.
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Soon it's time to tip the lot down the drain, but the jar is too hot to touch, so a cloth teatowel, oven mitt is needed here, afterall you did just pour freshly boiling water in there from the kettle a minute ago. pour the parts out and turn the cold tap on them, watch any tiny parts don't go down the drain. Let it all cool down before you dive in.
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You still need to take the thing apart and separate the parts.but doesn't Nitromors have an adverse effect on any plastic?