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post #16 of 19

DON'T CLEAN IT FROM THE TOP! ONLY FROM THE BOTTOM!!!

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post #17 of 19

You get a rag caught in it, and it's a goner. It can get caught from the bottom, if it is loose, or thin so hold it tightly and keep it centered.

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post #18 of 19
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Originally Posted by Stevie G View Post
 

Hoping I'm not jinxing everything but GO LIVERPOOL!!!

 

Sorry I'm not him. He is an absolutely amazing player though.

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He's just brilliant, best we have - solid all through. Good luck for tonight, we can do it - esp after thrashing the Gunners at the weekend⚽️

post #19 of 19

Odds are good that after cleaning, some of the plastic parts will still be pink and they'll stay that way--mine are--but the color no longer stains the paste.

 

You could try using some hydrogen peroxide or dissolved OxyClean to get rid of the pink stain, but I don't know if it will work.

 

Cleaning the rollers with a damp rag is fine.  As another poster said, you just can't submerse the rollers in water.

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