RE: IML: 61 Imperial Interior Refurbish
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RE: IML: 61 Imperial Interior Refurbish

Sorry to be slow in responding to this.   Ken, first of all, my
congratulations on a beautiful job!  I used an almost identical process,
with similar results on my 55 Hudson Hornet - I too used it on the vinyl in
addition to the leather - and that was in 1987 - it still looks excellent

I'm surprised you were able to buy MEK so easily.  I agree it is a great
solvent - back in my working days we used it to clean circuit boards after
soldering, and as a general clean-up agent on our electronic assemblies
before final assembly for launch on various spacecraft and satellites, but I
remember that the OSHA folks were horrified that we were allowing our
technicians to handle the stuff without haz-mat protection.  Did you get a
material safety bulletin with the product when you bought it?  As I recall
from way back then, there were some serious concerns about this stuff.

Dick Benjamin

-----Original Message-----
From: mailing-list-owner@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
[mailto:mailing-list-owner@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Ken Miller
Sent: Wednesday, March 05, 2008 5:14 PM
Subject: IML: 61 Imperial Interior Refurbish

Last fall I refurbished the interior on my 61 convertible.  I have been 
meaning to put a web page together chronicling this event but just 
haven't gotten to it.

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