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Zettai Unmei Mokushiroku
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Try the stuff below. All you need to do is apply some cleaner to the dye, let it sit for about 10 seconds, then rub it off with a towel/cloth with the cleaner on it. The dye will come off immediately. Apply more cleaner to the towel/cloth if necessary. Try to do this in a ventilated area cause this stuff smells horrible.


It works fine on the SEM dye, but I'm not sure about other brands. Don't see why it wouldn't work, though.
 

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Zettai Unmei Mokushiroku
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I don't think it's a thinner at all. Just a brush cleaner and restorer. I also used this to remove overspray when I painted my headlights and paint removers and thinners didn't work.
 
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