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Old 12-31-2010, 08:15 PM   #1
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I have been shooting carbon arrows. I have been shooting them into a block and I think it's styrofoam inside the block. The problem I'm having it's leaving a white coating on the arrows. I was wondering if anyone knows of a way to clean this off of the arrows with out damaging the arrow...
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There are several different arrow lubes available such as Woody's or Scorpion Venom that will help prevent this. There are a lot of other things such as soap or tire black that some use for arrow lube, but I haven't found anything that words as well.

However, if you already have it on your arrows use a copper scrubbing pad. A scotch bright pad might also work.

The copper scrubbing pad is also good for cleaning arrows for re-fletching.

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try using a steel wool pad with a little acetone. works great
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