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ive had my scaly track for a month, and i dont use it to often (uni means u gotta work at times) but ive noticed the lanes getin a bit grubby. theres a kind of grey layer or markings forming on the metal rails, expecialy at the joins. i was wondering if there is any way to maintain the track by applying something to keep them shiny and new?
 

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QUOTE (Skeeter @ 19 Jan 2005, 03:06)ive had my scaly track for a month, and i dont use it to often (uni means u gotta work at times) but ive noticed the lanes getin a bit grubby. theres a kind of grey layer or markings forming on the metal rails, expecialy at the joins. i was wondering if there is any way to maintain the track by applying something to keep them shiny and new?
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You can use just a clean dry cloth, should remove any buildup, I would be careful with adding solvents, etc, some can cause problems with tires deteriorating.
 

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[Methylated spirits on a clean cloth wiped over the rails keeps them clean and gives excellent contact, at regular intervals.
 

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liberal coating of catnip over the track and let Kitty lick it clean?

Seriously - meths coating should do it but clean it off thoroughly, wheres the track kept? damp? cold?
 

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its on my uni room floor. its dry, and warm most of the time. occasionaly ill leave my window open but thats about all the coldness that it ever gets.
 
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