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#1 posted 10-15-2014 08:49 PM

Here’s a tip..that I use…Common baking soda. just get water (h2o) and heat (not boiling)...and then add the baking soda. then just put bade or whatever in to soak. In a short time just brush with a toothbrush, or brass brush. JUST MAKE SURE ALL IS DRIED OFF!!. Finally, use a hair dryer to get the last bit of moisture gone. Best part of this, is most of us have some in the house, OR, we can always beg borrow or. S——-l from our wives…Just be careful how ya ask them, ya might be in for some dishwashing duty…:S


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