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As with all things - best to try on a small patch first (perhaps on the inside of the body) - i have used standard car polish and T cut to good effect before - use an ear bud to apply in small amounts and then polish off - just like a real car.
 

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You use an ear bud to polish your real car
 

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I steep the bodies in a lukewarm mix of washing up liquid & water.
If they need polishing I use Autoglym super resin polish.
Some 60s brands of slotcars had a metallic finish, don`t use TCut or other colour restorers on these car.
Some of the Scaley cars made of the soft plastic (eg Panther,Europa Vees) don`t polish up quite as well.
Some folk use floor polish (Johnsons Klear I think) on these to good effect. I never have.
Cheers
Kev
 

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Discussion Starter · #7 ·
hi all
thanks for your info about the polishing
just one more thing
what font did scalextric use on the end labels of there 1960s boxes
ie C66 C67 C73 ECT
thanks scalexnic
 
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