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Old 19 September 2011, 21:18   #4
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Originally Posted by paul2004v View Post
I was always led to believe that using cotton buds to clean drive heads was dangerous as they can leave fibres in the heads therefore irrevocably damaging them.
Buds are fine, been using then for well over 11 years, never had a damaged head before.

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The correct tool for the job is a chamois cleaning pad.

Here's a link to a farnell supplied tool which is sadly no longer manufactured but you get the idea.

http://cpc.farnell.com/pro-power/cha...s/dp/SACHAMOIS

and here's a farnell product that is still supplied

http://cpc.farnell.com/chemtronics/6...-50/dp/SA00455

Paul
Now those I used to use for cleaning Video heads. I would never use these for drive heads.
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