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Topic review - Using Green Scoring pads on aircraft parts-Are they allowed.
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  Post subject:  Using Green Scoring pads on aircraft parts-Are they allowed.  Reply with quote
Non-toxic, rustproof green pad is 6 x 9 1/2 x 1/4 inch. Made of nylon web and is resistant to hot water, solvents and detergents. Contains a fine abrasive coating that safely cleans cooking utensils, stainless-steel sinks and food storage containers. Medium grade. 10 pads per package.

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