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Old 05-05-2004, 09:02 AM   #1
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Default Brasso and any other Brass polish'es on Comms


Ive been using Brasso ( brass polish ) on my comm just to clean it and remove any dirt and so on.

Recently i read that it burns your comm.. is this true.. is it worht using it? if not what do you advise?


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Old 05-05-2004, 09:44 AM   #2
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Default Brasso and any other Brass polish'es on Comms


NOT a very good Idea.

The compounds in the Polish will stay in the tiny pores of the Copper and cause poor electrical conduction and burning of the Com and Brushes.

Buy/use a Fiberglass 'Com Stick/Pen" to clean any light burning on the Brushes or Com. Otherwise, a rebuild is in order.
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yeah polish is bad for the motor i would just do what popsracer said with a fiberglass stick and i would also just use some motor spray to clean the motor.
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