Track Cleaning

Discussion in 'FAQs' started by grumbeast, Jan 18, 2003.

  1. grumbeast

    grumbeast Member

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    I know this has been mentioned before but
    I have just used the googone + old T-shirt
    method of track cleaning..

    OMG!.. The rails (even after running my masonite
    pad cleaning car) we BLACK :(. My locomotives
    run smoother than I imagined. :D :D :D

    So just wanted to recommend this method again
    to anyone thats interested

    Graham
  2. RaiderCTE

    RaiderCTE Member

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    Without getting another long thread going, I have found that using a sanding pad has done well for me. I didn't have any goop, I do have lots of T shirts, and I had one of those sponge like rectangle pads with two different grades of sandpaper attached. I use the lightest grade and barely run it over the track to clean paint and glue off of. It's nice because the skinny side hanges over the edges of the track by about a 1/4"in, in HO.