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Old 05-24-2007, 04:50 PM   #1
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Default Checked Wood Grip Cleaning?

What is the best way to clean the years of dirt and grime off of checked grips? I thought I read that someone had used oven-cleaner, but don’t want to give that a try unless someone else has had luck with it.



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Old 05-25-2007, 01:45 AM   #2
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Default Checked wood grip cleaning

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I've not tried the Oven cleaner deal?? Not sure what chemicals Might strip the finish off or worse melt stuff? What has worked for me is simple! I just use an old toothbrush and gun solvet, cleans out all the nooks and cranys and then I wipe clean and apply a bt of furnature polish! It brings the woord colors back and provided some protection to the elements! Most of my 1911's and BHP have rubber grips on them, but if I sport wood, thats how I clean them! Simple methods always seem to work, fads and gadgets seem to fade?




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