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Re: Cleaning Dirt from Tracks and Wheels Metal and Plastic

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  • hobbycraftsnmore
    Hi Glen That why I sugest you use the Perfect brand Track Cleaner. Specially formulated rubber with light abrasive for effective track cleaning. I use this
    Message 1 of 3 , May 2 5:46 PM
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      Hi Glen

      That why I sugest you use the Perfect brand Track Cleaner. Specially
      formulated rubber with light abrasive for effective track cleaning. I
      use this here and there as I run my trains. To see it just go to my
      site.


      Kevin
      Hobby crafts N More
      www.hobbycraftsnmore.com
      >
      > I no longer use a Brightboy. It leaves microscopic scratches in
      the
      > railhead that contributes to plastic wheel wear on curves.
      >
      > A rail polish with 1500 grit emery paper (obtained in automotive
      parts
      > shops for body paint refinishing) can undo the scratches left
      behind by
      > a Brightboy.
      >
      > The tradeoff is traction. A slightly rough railhead helps metal
      > locomotive wheels grip the rails. But increases wear of plastic
      wheels
      > on curves.
      >
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