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High Beech Slot Car Club has been donated an incredible job lot of Scalextric track (and cars and buildings and controllers and ...), and the kind lady who donated it suggested we sell it to augment club funds.

A lot of the track is in good to excellent condition, but some is not. Rails are a tad rusty and we would like to clean it all up and sell it. What's the best way to clean the rails? I suspect that something abrasive is not the way to go.

Proven methods would be much appreciated.

Martin
 

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Thanks for that info. I suspect that most of the track is in good nick and that we'll see how much work is involved. There are all sorts of interesting bits of track like the skid chicane that is wired up to make a noise when the oil cans and the straw bales are hit. There's so much we haven't opened all the containers yet.

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Kev,

Every box and bag we open is like a journey into the unknown. John identified the penalty chicane - I didn't have a clue.

Martin
 
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