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which solvent is use to remove grease stain
ACETONE is a solvent use to remove grease stain.
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ACETONE is a solvent use to remove grease stain.


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the solvent used for removin grease stain is (a) ethanol (b) solution of borax in water (c) turpentine (d) ammonia solution
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glendo15, the question was already answered correctly. Duplicate answers are not allowed.
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I just read all your comments. I've just checked my email a while ago. Thanks for letting me know. I thought I can add a new answer even though there is an answer in the previous conversation. I'm sad that I have a warning now because of adding a new answer which has been flag as duplicate. I will do good now. Thanks for reminding me.
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If you follow all of the rules now, just remind me in the blog in a week and I will gladly retract your warning.
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It is also a good idea to regularly check the blog as there is sometimes rule changes and other important updates posted there.
Added 1/3/2014 8:35:21 PM
Thank you @debnjerry You're such a nice mod. I will take note all your advice and read the rules here. I'm not updated anymore with the new rules so I thought it's still the same. I will remind you after a week or so but for now I will review the new rules.
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No problem glendo15. There have been a lot of changes just in the past week. A lot of the information is mentioned in the blog also.
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