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    Cleaning White Resin

    What's the best way to clean white resin straps and bezels?

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    Baking soda and viniger and follow up with toothpaste and an old brush (be careful around text and corners/edges when rubbing or brushing). Prevents any text from coming off by using strong commercial cleaners or more importantly completely rubbing the white down to the base rubber.

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    Re: Cleaning White Resin

    glossy or matte ?

    1. pencil eraser

    2. Magic eraser

    3. boiling with vinegar and baking soda
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    Re: Cleaning White Resin

    I should have been more specific. I just put matt white resin straps on my daughter's GW-M850 to create a tuxedo effect. She asked me how should could best clean them if they become scuffed or dirty.

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    Re: Cleaning White Resin

    Quote Originally Posted by Mike K View Post
    lol dude, i swear you have a word doc that you copy and paste from for these responses. if you dont, you should to save time with the frequency of these posts and lack of search function-ing that goes on
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    Re: Cleaning White Resin

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    Thanks for the heads up..... got some issues with staining on resin band keepers :)
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    Re: Cleaning White Resin

    I've heard that this stuff works good


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    Re: Cleaning White Resin

    was it Tsip that said putting your G in a dish of Oxyclean worked well?

    i swore i remembered someone saying that was the magic solution.

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    Re: Cleaning White Resin

    Quote Originally Posted by soulbridgemedia View Post
    lol dude, i swear you have a word doc that you copy and paste from for these responses. if you dont, you should to save time with the frequency of these posts and lack of search function-ing that goes on
    I've started a list of these "FAQ's that aren't in the FAQ section" but as was discussed a few months back, more "stickies" or more "FAQ's" probably won't help.

    I've just gotten pretty good at finding my old posts where I reference multiple threads like above -- I just found this one, "copied," cleaned it up a bit and "pasted."


    Quote Originally Posted by berryman View Post
    I should have been more specific. I just put matt white resin straps on my daughter's GW-M850 to create a tuxedo effect. She asked me how should could best clean them if they become scuffed or dirty.
    Quote Originally Posted by Vdubz View Post
    I've heard that this stuff works good
    You appear to be thinking of tuxedos from the '70's.
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