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Answered 2014-09-01 19:05:49

Yes many but the best one to use would depend also on the surface and type of soil. For the best all around industrial strength cleaner, I recommend simple green. To go any stronger you would probably have to use a solvent or lacquer thinner which some surfaces can't take.

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