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    Cleaning Your Kits

    So unless you are super cool and have the sealed glass/plastic displays you eventually have to take your kits off the shelf to clean them and the shelf... I've been using canned air to remove dust from my kits but I wanted to see how you guys clean your kits to keep them looking good.

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    Re: Cleaning Your Kits

    Tamiya anti static brush. Worth the investment.

    http://www.amazon.com/Tamiya-Model-C...i+static+brush


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