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The problem with attempting to clean all the residue of the EVA is that most solvents capable of removing the oil will reactivate the resins and accelerators that make up the EVA.
However there may be a cleaner that will work. To acquire this "SUPER SECRET" compound you will need to brave difficulties best left to professionals. Most who attempt this undertaking do not survive. Those that do succeed are never the same. Hunted by nightmares and flashbacks. If you have even the slightest fear in your heart you should stop reading now.
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The location: usually in the kitchen under the sink. The name: "DISH SOAP"
It may seem an odd choice but think about it, it breaks down oil and grease. It doesn't matter what kind of oil and grease.
I worked for Jeep and out of all the different chemicals used in the assembly process, dish soap is by far the most common.
To your specific issue, when a vehicle needed paint repair it would be covered by what we called a car condom. Basically it was a big EVA bag. It would cover the car and the area that needed paint would be masked off. The problem was that when any oil or grease got on the plastic it needed to be cleaned before entering the paint booth or really bad things would happen. We used dish soap and hot water (mix ratio of about 1/3 soap to 2/3 water).
It worked great and the masking tape adhered fine.
Hope this helps.
And for heavens sake watch out for the all powerful guardian of the dish soap. They eat any intruders would venture in to their kitchen lair :)
If you are unaffraid
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1.) The old-fashioned way. The most common way to oil your shredder is by applying the lubricant directly to the machine's cutting head. It's easy to do this if your oil is stored in a squirt bottle. Just squirt some of the liquid on their entire width of the cutting head and then run the machine in reverse for up to a minute. Doing so will ensure that the lubricant is applied evenly. It will also cut down on the amount of dust in the machine. When you're done with that, run some paper through your shredder to absorb any excess lubricant. That's all there is to it.
2.) The zig-zag method. Another quick and easy method is by dampening a sheet of paper with the lubricant. To take advantage of this method, all you need to do is apply the liquid to the sheet in a zig-zag pattern and then shred it. Use the reverse mode on your device to ensure that the oil reaches all of the blades. If you want, you can repeat this process a couple of times to make sure your machine is fully oiled. Note: you don't need to soak the paper. Just make sure that your zig-zag covers most of the sheet.
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