I know this sounds like a question for a household help forum. I’m
trusting that if anyone might know the answer to this, it will be
someone on Orchid.
My husband caused a major event with my vacuum table while he was
changing the oil in it the other day. He accidentally turned the
machine on while the fill hole was open.
Used oil fountained out of the fill hole and went all over my shop,
much of it dripping back down onto him after hitting the ceiling. I’ll
be finding oil in my shop.until doomsday, and I’m not at all sure how
to hide the huge oil stain above the machine if we ever put the house
on the market… but I’ll worry about that then.
More immediate problem, my husband had on brand new khaki pants and
one of his nicer sweaters.
Does anyone know what will remove large quantities of vacuum oil
Oh–and this same incident also oil-coated 25 of my casting flasks,
which were on a table right next to the vacuum machine. I put them
through a burnout cycle to get the grease out of them, and they look
clean, but I don’t trust my eyes. I’m afraid that oil residue I’m not
seeing might contaminate the next batch of investment.
Are they OK to use now or should I clean them again some other way?
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