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October 27, 2011

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Guy Atkins

This is an excellent tip, Dan! I've used clay bars on my cars' finishes for years but never thought of trying it on radio cabinets.

Another useful product for cleaning up grungy receivers is "Magic Eraser" pads from Mr. Clean. There are also generic versions of these in the stores and both seem to work identically. There are no abrasives or cleaning chemicals in the sponge-like pads, but like the clay bar treatment they lift out dirt and grime from surfaces. Be gentle when scrubbing though, because on some surfaces the Magic Erasers can very slightly change the shine or reflection from smooth surfaces. I think it is safer to use the pads on any finish that has a texture to it.

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