Hi all, I hope this doesn’t seem like too trivial a question. As I suspect many others do, I use wet & dry sandpaper to remove support nubs on my prints. The removal works well but I often find it difficult to get rid of the pale residue left by the sanding process (presumably fine particles of the paper and/or the resin). Even after brushing under water, usually more than once, when the print dries 9 times out of 10 I’ve missed a bit, and another bit and another and a big bit there and so on. It’s a pain because as soon as the print gets wet, you can’t see the residue, and on large/complex parts it’s impossible to remember where all the problem areas were and there’s no way of telling if all the residue is cleared until the print dries again.
I appreciate the answer is probably just a good soft brush and lots of water, but being metered for water usage I’d rather find a better (and more automated) solution. Has anyone tried a jewellery cleaner or other such “agitative” device? Any other tips?