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    rubber cleaner

    whats the best product to clean all the rubber tires in the machine that works great and is not to harsh on the person using it?


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    Re: rubber cleaner

    Hi there!
    I use water & WD-40. Works great for me.
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    Re: rubber cleaner

    Rubbing Alcohol


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    Re: rubber cleaner

    Goo gone first followed by alcohol


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    Re: rubber cleaner

    Second vote for rubber rejuvenator. Will discolor plastic.


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    Re: rubber cleaner

    Water!! if you have to use a rubber rejuvenation I would say its time to replace them.


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    Re: rubber cleaner

    it's not about "re-treading" feed rollers. it's about one swipe to get all the gunk and paper dust off. also, those black registration rollers look like they just left the factory after a good cleaning with rubber rejunvenator. to each his own.


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    Re: rubber cleaner

    Just anything will work if one put enough pressure. But when rollers are in tight corner or heavy contaminated it matters product. I personally use:
    Platenclene- Printer roller cleaner/restorer | AF International

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    Re: rubber cleaner

    On rubber rollers I use an orange oil based cleaner. If the rollers are completely useless, try the WD40 as a last resort. My desk printer is still limping along on a swab of WD40 every few months.

    Remember though that WD40 attacks all plastics, like covers, roller hubs, ... any plastic can be ruined. =^..^=

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