Re: [z_scale] Rejuvenate Cork Roadbed
- I have kept part of a nodule that had cork roadbed for more than 10 years and it shows no sign of deteriation yet. I would not like to reuse it as it is easier to Lay new cork . Its not very expensive to buy in sheet form. At a guess i would say Rubbing Linseed oil on the cork surface would go a long way towards stopping it from drying out.. Thats the stuff they use on cricket bats!
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From: Robert Allbritton
Sent: Tuesday, December 02, 2003 3:29 AM
Subject: [z_scale] Rejuvenate Cork Roadbed
What kind of experience does the list have with cork roadbed drying out over
How long does it take for cork to become brittle and start flaking away?
Does anyone have any tips on how to rejuvenate cork roadbed?
Is there a good way to seal the cork when you first lay it so it is
protected against drying out over time?
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