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QUOTE (pne4ever @ 27 Oct 2011, 09:42) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>One problem I have with this track is that with increased mag power(turbo+) it will not go round track properly but on a wednesday night it`s fine!!!!!!!

My one had the same problem. Fixed it by cleaning every single piece of track. Took it all apart, contact cleaner on each rail (top and ends) and wiped over with a dish sponge (abrasive side), followed by a wipe over with WD40 to clean the track. Works fine now. Wouldn't recommend you do this on your carpet though! Might be worth making a little loop with clean track and see if the car runs on that.
 

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Mine looks lovely and black after cleaning. It looked grey before!

Found lots of info on Google recommending cleaning with WD40 and others that say it's the worse thing to do in the world.

According to WD40s own website:

What surfaces or materials are OK to use WD-40 on?

WD-40 can be used on just about everything. It is safe for metal, rubber, wood and plastic. WD-40 can be applied to painted metal surfaces without harming the paint. Polycarbonate and clear polystyrene plastic are among the few surfaces on which to avoid using a petroleum-based product like WD-40.


So unless someone can confirm my track is made from polycarbonate or clear polystyrene I'll keep using it as a 'spring cleaner'.
 
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