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 $10 dremel vs. dirty model train contact wheels
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 Posted - June 25 2021 :  10:17:35 PM Link directly to this topic  Show Profile  Add RP model railroads to Buddylist
Enjoy as I discuss my new purchase, a $10 rotary tool from Harbor Freight, and how with the wire wheel attachment, it is quite effective at cleaning dirty model train contact wheels. Also, I share an easy hack for cleaning contact wheels on the power-truck of a Tyco MU-2 drive set-up.

**If anyone else here has more experience with dremels or better suggestions on cleaning contact wheels, please feel free to add them here. I'm all ears.


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