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01-10-2019, 07:53 PM

Just a thought, maybe you could coat it with a silicone type molding material, and when the coating is firmed up and peeled off it would pull the particles out?
Another approach - maybe chlorine bleach or hydrogen peroxide would at least take out the color?

Good luck with it.


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