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Roy, I'm restoring an Allis B-110. I tried (very carefully) several solvents for cleaning the decals and tags. DONOT use acetone, methyl ethyl ketone, laquer thinner, or similar paint solvents. Then I tried simple isopropyl alcohol (91% variety) available at the pharmacy store. Carefully use it at first to make sure it doesn't remove inks, etc. I used a soft cotton rag very slowly at first then more later. It did a great job cleaning up the grime, old paint, and other stuff. Happy cleaning. DaveG

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