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· DT
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Looking at the review, it does seem to be an interesting device. It has a built in vacuum cleaner a fluid reservoir for use with some sort of solvent and an abrasive pad.

I have trouble with track cleaners with pads running over points. They always seem to catch, then the pad shreds. And solvent drip control is never perfect... So I revert to my faithful track rubber.

The Dapol cleaner gets a "Highly recommended and extremely useful" mention from Mike Wild, the Hornby Magazine editor.
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