It'll work, but odds are it'll be on there forever. Just in case you ever wanted to remove it...jtcb wrote: ↑Someone in another forum suggests me using sealant in addition to the 3M tape for a more secure fitment and won't fall off. You know those that use to seal the gap between bathtub and tile. Do you think it is a good idea? Will it work on plastic/fibreglass bumper?
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OK, I was just trying to save him time. ISA alcohol can be found just about anywhere and is more than sufficient for cleaning out a chip, which is what he was doing. Of course if you want to cut polish residue or a sealant than you should probably just grab some prepsol.duster wrote: ↑Denaturated alcohol isn't Isopropyl.
Like someone else said, it's drinkable alcohol (Ethanol) which has been rendered undrinkable by adding some % of toxic alcohol/solvent in the mix (typically Methanol)
But rubbing alcohol CAN be made of Ethyl alcohol + denaturants (so, denaturated alcohol), rubbing alcohol being a common non-specific term, not a chemical term.
And I found that denaturated is way better than Isopropyl as a solvent to "cut" the oil/grease/wax stuff.
My 2 cents.