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How do you clean your RC?

Discussion in 'Tools' started by WoodiE, Nov 16, 2016.

  1. slick2500

    slick2500 Well-Known Member

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    Water displacement 40th formula.
     
  2. Crash

    Crash Well-Known Member

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    Of course! But have you seen what water does to your rc after wd40 has been applied and dried to plastics and metals? Cleaning your bearings is a completely different application.
     
  3. Trapper

    Trapper Supporting Member!
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    some people use wd 40 on the plastics on purpose to soften the plastic which isnt a bad thing when it comes to a arms except for the threaded points allows for a slight flex to help absorb shock better instead of cracking.
     
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