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    GIT R-DONE!!!!!! Hoyt1986's Avatar
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    Default cleaning your bow string

    What are some "home remidies" towards cleaning your bowstring! I know WC string cleaner is good; however, i am curious if there are any other ways to do this operation???
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    I just use a soft white terry cloth rag and run it up and down the string/cables briskley and keep moving to a clean part of the rag untll there's no more black on it...than rewax lightly.
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    Dental floss works good for removing old wax and grit

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    You can use a piece of serving thread to remove extra or old wax. I do this when making a string before I do any serving....

    However if you want to CLEAN the string pick up some Scorpion Venom string cleaner.

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