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I see Kroil at guns shows and on ebay. the last 2 8 oz cans I bought, I got on ebay. Considering buying a gallon to refill the 8 oz cans.
Also, I use Blaster for general use. I use the Kroil on really tough cases, as it is a little too pricey for general use IMHO. One thing I have found about Kroil. If I am not in a huge hurry, I give the patient part a shot of Kroil. A couple of days later I work the part. I have yet to not have one come apart AND without breaking.
Like I said, I had good results with the acetone/tranny mix, just couldn't keep it mixed.
This post was edited by Tom Fleming at 02:33:36 01/23/13.
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