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    Nothing wrong with a slip on buttpad - I used them all the time.

    When a ******** lets it sit in heat or get chemically attacked, that is no different than leaving it out in the rain to rust.

    Like the internet, anything good can be put to bad purposed or abused.

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    "...attacked by some chemical..." Yep. Or excessive heat. Nothing to do with using the pad.
    "...Can't use alcohol..." Shellac isn't expensive or difficult to find. The finish under the pad is likely damaged anyway.
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