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Hi all out there, hope you can help me with a little problem that I have.

I have a Marklin steel track and where i live it is very humid with salty air, so it rusts when not in use (a couple months of the year and the rest of the time it lays dormant as i don't have enough time to use.)

Just wondering if anyone had any ideas on how to clean it up for longer periods or to get rid of the problem altogether. Replacing track is not a possibilty as the layout is rather large. (30ftx20ft)

Thanks for any help
 

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have to use the GM oil as if we use ford it will mean that we will have to FIX OR REPAIR DAILY. thanks for the suggestions. have to give it a go and see what happens.
 
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