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Safe product for cleaning rubber rollers on copiers or printers?

Alcohol based cleansers eat up the rubber. Is there something that would typically be found in a corporate environment that can be used to clean rollers without destroying the rubber? Glass cleaner? Anti-glare cleaner? Dry-erase cleaner? Anything that the janitor has in his cart?


Plastic bottles Safety equipment goggles gloves oven mitts.. clamps to hold plastic mask bucket of ice/cold water for dipping optional I use a heat gun and or blow dryer. you can clamp pieces and use high heat with heat gun or blow dryer and shape pieces. Even insert items like beads or other in the bottle to create different effects. Experiment as you wish. I do not recommend this way. If you must you can do these in the oven by turing up the heat around 400 degrees. a old cookie sheet and lay bottles on cookie sheet and put in oven Turn Off Oven at this point. you can add oven safe objects for shaping on the bottom and lean bottles over or on items be care full not to allow plastic to touch inside oven parts as this can damage special treated surfaces. Or use some tongs or other tools to stretch plastic care full plastic will be very hot and this can heat up tools so Use gloves. . Know your plastics and use precautions in melting, toxic gases can be released in the air.
depending on how curly your hair is, straighten it and then curl it if you have a medium curl already, get some curl enhancing product sorry i don't know how to do it exactly, i can't curl my hair b/c it just falls out after 5 mins
well if the saw is on u its gonna mess you up if wood chips blind you in the eyes other than that, no other harmful effects

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