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I have a multi facetted approach.
I clean my stock wheels with a Trix wheel brush. I have two Roco track cleaning cars, these have been modified and the springs removed (I know of no British loco that will move them) the springs were replaced with leaf springs that I made from electrical contacts. On maintainance days I just leave them to do a few circuits and really clean the track.
I also have a centre line and I use this with either meths or surgical fluid both work quite well. I have rail zip but find you have to use care with application or you can get a lot of wheel spin. I also have soft track cleaning rubbers from the 00 assocciation they then to not scratch the track. Similar rubbers can be obtained from First Class trains, and only cost a few quid.
 

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QUOTE Amazingly, today's Gaugemaster price is about £1 LOWER than the American price I saw.
That makes a pleasant change!.

Don't let on, they don't need much of an excuse to bump the prices up
 
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