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    Default Cleaning up dried emulsion?

    For some reason last year I made a total mess coating screens with my Ulano 925-wr in my spare bathtub, and now it looks like there's been a purple murder. Lots of splots of emulsion sitting on the tub floor. I haven't done anything about it because I'm lazy but I know I should clean it up. (Fortunately it doesn't seem to stain the tub, just be really hard to move) What do you guys suggest to clean it up? I know in small doses those Magic Eraser things seem to work like wonders, but on this, I'm not sure. I'm tempted to just fill the tub with reclaimer and let it sit for an hour. Though maybe it's a better job for a scraper or something?

    Any ideas would be awesome, thanks!
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    mr clean magic scrub sponge thingies work like a mug

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    mug= good

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    if they're kind of "bubbles" of emulsion, you could probably peal them off fairly easily. if not, why not try a little emulsion remover and a crub brush?

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    I use our 3/4 bath for my washout/reclaiming room and every few months or so, my wife makes me clean it.
    Ulano QTX comes out OK with a little soft scrub and a blast from the pressure washer.

    hope it helps


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    emulsion remover and a scrub brush and a power sprayer?
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