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Re: Help Cleaning Cork

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Baking soda/water paste applied with an old toothbrush works pretty well. And it's organic and natural and all that stuff..

Also, you can use whatever is left over to brush your teeth, polish silver jewelery, as underarm deodorant, keep flowers in a vase fresher longer and also relieve heartburn.

I don't think SoftScrub does any of these things..

Posted on: 2009/11/17 13:58


Re: Help Cleaning Cork

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when restoring a rod, I use a mild dish detergent and a plastic dish "scrubby". after it dries, I like to put a coat of carnuba car wax on it. I also wax all my rods at least once a year, making sure I get under the guides. let it dry and polish it off, makes em like new again and gives a little protection. good winter fun!

Posted on: 2009/11/18 19:41


Re: Help Cleaning Cork

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not sure if i would try the armor all , that might get your grip slippy

Posted on: 2009/11/19 21:03


Re: Help Cleaning Cork

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The SoftScrub is the best. It cleans without removing the cork.

Posted on: 2009/11/20 9:51
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Re: Help Cleaning Cork

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Yep, RLeep2 came up with the cleaner I use. Good ole Arm & Hammer Baking Soda. I don't do it very often but that's what works for me.

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Re: Help Cleaning Cork

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wondercloth. Wow, I can't believe nobody has used or mentioned this. They are like $3 - last forever and clean anything, including a great job on cork..

Posted on: 2010/2/8 21:05


Re: Help Cleaning Cork

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Mr. clean sponge then U40 cork seal.

Posted on: 2010/2/12 0:20
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Re: Help Cleaning Cork

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Ammonia! An old time way of cleaning cork,Just wipe it down with ammonia.

Posted on: 2010/3/13 8:41



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