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I need to clean my model cars again and I am wondering of a better way of doing so instead of soaking them in water. There are a few serious collectors on here, so if you have a good remedy, that preferably doesn't cost any $$$, I would like to know.
 

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Yes I didn't think that would go over too well with any of you, that's why I'm needing new ways of cleaning it. It's not like they're in there for hours, just a couple of seconds.
 

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well most of my cars are in a vitrine cabinet, and there doesn't get that much dust in there, once or twice a year i unload the entire cabinet and clean in, there's lots of glass and mirror in there
so must cars don't get much dust
if there is dust on them i have a small vacuumcleaner especially for this kind of stuff
and sometimes those special dust rags (sp?)
 

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Cans of compressed air used for cleaning computers and the really small vaccum cleaners used for comptuers as well. That's what I use.
 

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360 Spyder said:
Cans of compressed air used for cleaning computers and the really small vaccum cleaners used for comptuers as well. That's what I use.
That canned air works well to blow stuff out of the interior, etc. Good stuff. I bought some of that die cast wax stuff and it seems to work alright for the bodies. Smells kinda fruity though like some of my friends' (girls, not guys lol...) lotions.

Forgot to say that my models are all kept inside a lucite case and are not left out so they usually shouldn't have dust on them so I don't worry too much about havin to keep them clean.
 
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