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Old 12-30-2012, 01:17 AM   #36
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Is the f21 silicone base or something else. Do most parts stores have it?
non silicone...and yes
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non silicone...and yes
Thanks, been looking for something to use under hood that's non silicone.

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Is TW the brand or is that an abbreviation.
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really? i hear complaints all the time at work from customers. maybe you got lucky
Ive used it off and on with my Mustang for the past 5 years and still no problems.
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here's a simple wipe down with the stuff....not water or washing..just wiping down with a microfiber with about 5 mins of work

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here's a simple wipe down with the stuff....not water or washing..just wiping down with a microfiber with about 5 mins of work
Looks good.I need to clean my engine, it has alota dust in it.
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here's a simple wipe down with the stuff....not water or washing..just wiping down with a microfiber with about 5 mins of work
Looks good. I've always used silicone spray, but it collects dust.
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