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JFairman JFairman is offline
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No reason to remove anything just sparay it on let it soak about an hour and wipe off excess. It doesn't leave a greasy film and doesn't attract dust.
It dissolves the white powdery corrosion on magnesium and aluminum and makes it disappear. It's really amazing stuff.

I don't know how bad your's is so you might have to rub it a little after it's soaked a little while with a rag or a scotch brite pad if it's really bad.

Here's mine. You can't see much of the intake maniofold but it's a nice natural grey magnesium color. I just spray some corrosionx on a rag and wipe the fan housing, fan, and manifold once in a while to maintain it and that way none gets on the fan belt.
I may clean up the fan blades someday. Like a satin finish thats easy to maintain in place with a some rubbing with a scotch brite pad.
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