Cleaning Car Sides Before Adding Additional Weathering

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Greg@mnrr

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I'm just looking for some advice on how to clean finger oils and dirt off of cars sides that have been already weathered before adding new weathering. I have some cars that could us a little additional weathering using Pastel Powers and washes and I like to be sure the sides are clean before the weathering.

I thought of using alcohol, but that would affect the Dull Kote that is ready applied.

Soapy water on sponge makeup applicator?

Thanks.
 





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