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Cleaning white caps

Started by jackpilot, November 22, 2020, 11:19:41 am

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jackpilot

Any magic product for cleaning the toggles white caps?
Unless you use the Japanese method of wearing cotton gloves, those little buggers get finger natural grease and end up not so white.
I tried dish-soap... not really effective.
Any other  liquid  that would'nt ruin the cap?


Jack

mickc

Hi Jack

I have tried many many products, the one that i find the most effective are the pre-soaked disposable kitchen cleaning wipes.

They have a light degreaser in them that removes the finger grease etc.

Using harsher chemicals will make the silicone rubber expand over time and eventually they come off.

jackpilot

Thank you will try that if I can get some (wipes are popular these days!!)


Jack

Joe Lavery

Jack, there's a product called magic sponge that my wife introduced me to. It will clean marks that seem immpossble to shift and they sell for pennies.
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jackpilot

Which one ??

https://www.amazon.ca/s?k=magic+sponge+cleaner&crid=2D8UFBC9YVVN8&sprefix=magic+sponge%2Caps%2C873&ref=nb_sb_ss_ts-a-p_6_12


Jack

Joe Lavery

Most of those are the same item, but some charge much more for the same thing. We always go for the cheapest. 😊

https://www.amazon.ca/Precision-Household-Cleaning-Professional-TRIXES/dp/B00GZKQ36O/ref=mp_s_a_1_4?crid=2D8UFBC9YVVN8&dchild=1&keywords=magic+sponge+cleaner&qid=1606205914&sprefix=magic+sponge%2Caps%2C873&sr=8-4

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Trevor Hale

Jack, I think he is talking about the Mr. Clean Magic Eraser sponge.  You can find it in your grocery store.

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jackpilot

Thank you Guys
Will go 4 it and report  :D


Jack

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