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Lint Removal

Last post 11-08-2007, 5:44 PM by TechTipAdmin@Moss. 0 replies.
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  •  11-08-2007, 5:44 PM 11442

    Lint Removal

    Lint Removal

    For the owners of cloth top cars having trouble getting the lint and dirt from them, try the following:

    Cut a 4 or 5 inch section of 2" wood rod, then form a piece of 1/2" strap iron to a handle to use the rod as a roller. Cover this roller with double-sided masking tape, sticky side out. Roll this back and forth over the cloth top and it will pick up all the lint and dirt.

    Ray Westcott
    Ontario, Oregon


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