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[TenTec] Suggestions for Cleaning Front Panels?

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Subject: [TenTec] Suggestions for Cleaning Front Panels?
From: w.dillon@ic.ac.uk (Wayne Dillon)
Date: Tue, 15 Dec 1998 14:21:16 +0000
Hi Tony,
I use stuff called 'FOAMCLEAN' over this side of the pond. It's designed
for cleaning computers (keyboards etc.) but instead of aiming the aerosol
at the front panel I spray it into a container and then apply it with a
soft 1/2 inch paint brush, cleaning it off after about 5 minutes. It leaves
a lovely clean panel/case/bail arm/whatever.

Hope this helps'

73! de Wayne - G0JJQ     G-QRP-5233

At 06:42 15/12/98 -0500, you wrote:
>Hi fellow TT'ers.  Before I "go and ruin something", what is the
>best way to clean the front panels of my TenTec gear?  Noticed
>a bit of "signs of use" around some of the more often used controls.
>Would a "mild" solution of dishwashing liquid be OK or is there a
>preferred method?  Suggestions..."do's and don't's" appreciated.
>Wish each and everyone of you and your families a warm and wonderful
>Holiday Season.
>Tony, W4FOA
>Chickamauga, GA
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