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Old 12-31-19, 08:14 AM
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I have and will again use most of the good advise above, although I don't share the high opinions of WD-40 for cleaning as I find the residue an unnecessary extra step to cleaning and am annoyed that you pay a tiny bit more over OMS for that residue. I would add that once you do all of this work, keep it that way for as long as you can with a protectant for the paint as mentioned but also the metal(s) with a long term protectant like Wolfgang MetallWerk.
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