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  • Terry_T
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    I always use approach spotter, then follow up with approach conditioner using a 15" floor buffer with a white pad or burlap and go over the whole slide area so that it is consistent and not spotty.

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  • MASTERMIKE
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    Quite some year ago i used salt on an area oil was spilled on and soaked into wood approach, It worked quite well with no affects

    Mike

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  • rivmike
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    Originally posted by Jan-Willem View Post
    Approach spot cleaner Brunswick 62-860034-004
    AMF 294-007-037
    If a big amount on wooden approach 294-007-078 Oil lift absorbent compound box 50Lb.
    Watch out for oil dry in the slide area, it kinda raises the grain and and makes it rough. I did some spots and then when sweeping you could really feel it catch on those areas. It will dry up over time. ( couple weeks)

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  • Jan-Willem
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    Approach spot cleaner Brunswick 62-860034-004
    AMF 294-007-037
    If a big amount on wooden approach 294-007-078 Oil lift absorbent compound box 50Lb.

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  • jas
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    oil on approach

    dropped oil on approach near slide area what is the best way to clean it up

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