If the "gunk" happens to be some form of NoAlOx compound that has dried, it
can be very tenacious to remove. But a shot of WD-40 and it just wipes right
----- Original Message -----
From: "AA6DX - Mark" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Monday, January 02, 2006 23:42
Subject: [TowerTalk] Tubing Cleaning
> First off, find a solvent that will easily liquefy your problem "gunk" ..
> if you wish to burnish the inside of the tubing and make it sparkle, use
> Scotch Brite, or the likes .. or, check your local sporting goods store
> for a good shotgun cleaning device .. As a "gunny", I have the rifle and
> pistol cleaning aids that do just dandy.
> Worky Worky!
> BUT .. recommend .. stay away from the steel wool ... creates a nasty in
> piping in short order... iron rust in aluminum Not Good .. 73 -- Mark .
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