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Tips and tricks relating to cleaning. Please do not use this tag alone. Use also another tag to identify what it is you are trying to clean.

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I have acquired 2kg of assorted coins from various countries. These are to spice up board games by using real metal coins, using material to indicate denomination rather than numbers on the coin eg co …
asked Mar 22 '16 by Dave
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After shaking as much water as possible, you could bathe them in some strong alcohol like methylated spirits or isopropanol. In theory this should make them dry of water and the alcohol would evaporat …
answered Jun 29 '15 by Dave
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I find with mine that after leaving it defrosting for about 2 hours, the buildup has loosened from the edges enough to be able to pull it away as a sheet of ice which you can then just leave in the si …
answered Apr 29 '15 by Dave
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Isopropyl alcohol AKA isopropanol is very good at removing greasy marks from surfaces. Last time I bought it, I got it from a large pharmacists. Clean with soap and water first and when dry put a dab …
answered Apr 29 '15 by Dave
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Although I haven't tried it, I would imagine a bicycle pump would work. If you taped the "straw" from your old can to the end you could probably make it more directional and higher pressure. The adapt …
answered Apr 30 '15 by Dave