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    Re: Rubber rejuvenator? any suggestions

    Good afternoon,

    Since selsol is no longer offered by densi nutone......what is everyone's go to feed tire cleaner?

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    Re: Rubber rejuvenator? any suggestions

    I use Isopropyl alcohol 70%..works great, you can also try " blanket wash" ( used in printing industry) if you have acces to it.

    Antonio

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    Re: Rubber rejuvenator? any suggestions

    When I clean gray feed rollers I usually start with blue glass cleaner or water. If they seem a little dried out, I hit them with some WD-40.

    For most all other rubber I use WD-40.

    WD-40 is easy to obtain and moreover, it works.

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    Re: Rubber rejuvenator? any suggestions

    Depending on the type of feed rollers, sometimes I'll scrape/sand the old dried out rubber off in order to get down to some good rubber. That doesn't work on all rollers, tho.
    Embrace the process, not the outcome.

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    Re: Rubber rejuvenator? any suggestions

    Quote Originally Posted by redneckstylin View Post
    Good afternoon,

    Since selsol is no longer offered by densi nutone......what is everyone's go to feed tire cleaner?
    We use this:
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    Re: Rubber rejuvenator? any suggestions

    Quick question: Do you view rubber rejuvenator as a temporary or permanent fix?
    Embrace the process, not the outcome.

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    Re: Rubber rejuvenator? any suggestions

    Not sure.

    Is extending the life of a given expendable a temporary fix?

    If I have to put it in a binary category, I suppose it would fall into temporary fix.

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    Re: Rubber rejuvenator? any suggestions

    Quote Originally Posted by jose antonio View Post
    I use Isopropyl alcohol 70%..works great, you can also try " blanket wash" ( used in printing industry) if you have acces to it.

    Antonio
    Isopropyl alcohol is readily available in the US in solutions of anywhere from 50% to 91%. It is a common household antiseptic. I also will dry out many rollers and cause them to crack as it draws out the natural oils.

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    Re: Rubber rejuvenator? any suggestions

    Quote Originally Posted by Samanator View Post
    Not sure.

    Is extending the life of a given expendable a temporary fix?

    If I have to put it in a binary category, I suppose it would fall into temporary fix.

    The reason that I ask is because I used to use it a lot but most of the time I would have to go back and replace the feed tires with new. Because of that, I only use it in a pinch and I always go back and replace later.

    I have had it to last for a long time but I'm never comfortable with it.
    Embrace the process, not the outcome.

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