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Old 09-03-2004, 09:18 PM   #1
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what is the best way to clean every nook and cranny of a nitro car?
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Cleaning gum is great just like blue tack not sure where you can get it though.
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you can try serpent putty gum
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can you spray a little water??
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take the electronics and motor out and use denatured alcohol and an old paintbrush. then after you get everything broke loose spray some more da and blow it off with compressed air.
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Q-tips.
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For me the best way to clea n a nitro car its clean it with a brush and kerosene, and after that blow high pressure air and at last 3M silicone for finishing .... it cleans out as new ...
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Cleaning gum is great just like blue tack not sure where you can get it though.
This stuff is the same thing I used an design school. You can find it in an art supply store. Ask them for their "Kneaded Erasers". To remove the erased lead and dirt, all you need to do is pull it apart or knead it ... like dough.
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do you think they sell that stuff in australia
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do you think they sell that stuff in australia
I know Hobbytown in Blacktown sell the cleaning gum.
(02) 98963277.

If you arent in Sydney they will post it to you.

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