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Hello,
i'm newbie here !

I've found a treasure last year ! my old scalextric tracks !
By the way they are bit rusted and tarnish ?

So how to clean them 'all !!

regards !
oliv
 

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Welcome from me also, I hope you enjoy your stay at SlotForum.

For track cleaning, apart from the excellent resource given above by JohnP, you can do alot worse than do an Ebay search for Plebys track cleaning kits.

I would not neccessarily recommend them for cleaning up brand new track because the materials tend to be a little corrosive but for old track in a seriously bad way the kits work wonders and the prices are great.

Let us know how you get on and of course ask again if you need more help.
 

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I agree, i'm currently cleaning all my old track with a Pleby's kit right now. A slight problem with a few pieces of track though where i have cleaned the track but it does not work!!

I have one corner in particular where one lane conducts power and works fine but the other doesn't. Seems very weird, any ideas?

Thanks
 

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QUOTE (Ross @ 13 Jan 2005, 17:50)I agree, i'm currently cleaning all my old track with a Pleby's kit right now. A slight problem with a few pieces of track though where i have cleaned the track but it does not work!!

I have one corner in particular where one lane conducts power and works fine but the other doesn't. Seems very weird, any ideas?

Thanks
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Try aluminium foil in the contacts.
I find this can help.

Az
 
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