It's their all new, airplane safe, Simple Green.

-- In, Bill Howard <bhoward@b...> wrote:
> On Thu May 26 13:58 , "Kerry Muller" sent:
> Just got my free 32oz bottle of Extreme Simple Green Aviation in the
> ----
> Hi Kerry -
> This 'Aviation' version must be a new product...The old Simple Green
was death on
> airplanes.
> Last time this came up, Bob Steward chimed in with the info below -
I got it from
> the MM Archives...
> BTW - the Mr. Clean Eraser pads - tried one with just water on my
old tired paint
> - I believe if I kept up with it, I'd have one of those bare metal
> planes! YIKES!
> Bill Howard
> BeechSportBill
> N1927W 1973 Sport 150
> Beech Aero Club NorthWest Region Director
> ---
> All rights reserved to Bob Steward...
> Date: 2004-05-31
> From: Bob Steward
> We've gone over this before and several threads are in the archives.
> All of those "Simple Green" or "Purple Stuff", type
cleaner/degreasers are
> ALKALINE CORROSIVES and should not be used on aluminum aircraft.
Even when you
> plan to wash it off with water there are rivets and skin laps where
the cleaner
> can creep into the joint and not be washed away.
> My soap of choice is dishwashing liquid. Usually one of the cheap
brands like
> Dawn. Even diluted it cuts the oil and grease on the belly. And it
rinses clean.
> Please avoid the squirt bottle cleaners with a color in their name.
I've yet to
> see one that was not corrosive to aluminum.
> Bob Steward A&P IA
> Birmingham, AL
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