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how to clean my 1/16 models

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Brad in WI

12-27-2008 08:50:59

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I leave my models out to be displayed and what is the best way to remove the dust from them. also I have a few that have very dusty tires. How can I remove that from the lugs and rest of the tires. Thanks

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12-28-2008 16:10:44

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 Re: how to clean my 1/16 models in reply to Brad in WI, 12-27-2008 08:50:59  
the co2 only works so good. Ive always had to use windex and Qtips to get that like new shine back

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12-27-2008 17:51:59

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 Re: how to clean my 1/16 models in reply to Brad in WI, 12-27-2008 08:50:59  
you could use co2 to blow the dust off, available at computer stores for cleaning keyboards. or an air compressor. or if they dont have a lot of sickers put em in the dishwasher on the rinse only cycle. now that i read this ive noticed mine are pretty dirty, itll be an all day project cleanin them though.

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Brad in WI

12-27-2008 20:07:15

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 Re: how to clean my 1/16 models in reply to rhettcale, 12-27-2008 17:51:59  
it will be the same for me. An all day job. I have 27 or so precisions and 30 highly detailed trucks and then another 20 or so high detailed tractors. I will try the air method nervous about the dishwasher. :)

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