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how to get JP-8 or diesel fuel off clothing? Answered

I got a rucksack that has JP-8 spilled on it. It wont fit in a washer and im not breaking it apart to make it fit.  Any suggestions. I have heard that coke will take it off, but i dont want it to be sticky.

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Best Answer 6 years ago

I'd try waterless hand cleaner. I've had good luck using it to clean off spilled grease and oil out of my shirts. Then rinse with water and let dry. You could try coke and then rinse well.

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thematthatterRe-design

Answer 6 years ago

i might try that. Coke did a good job getting decon powder off my cloths.

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rickharris

6 years ago

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/White_spirit

used in the UK to clean paint brushes widely available. Not recommended to get on the skin though.

it;s flash point appears rather low though at 21 to 50 deg C

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rickharris

6 years ago

For the UK Stoddard solvent= white spirit

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lemonie

6 years ago


Liquid soap - rub it in, rinse, repeat.

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rickharris

6 years ago

Ouch The smell! Wash in a tub of soapy water - it will take time. Eventually fresh air will take the smell away - Eventually!

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The Skinnerz

6 years ago

If it's bad, some brake cleaner will get almost anything off, but you'll need to give it a good rinse off afterwards.