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Good advice in previous posts.

I use a Peco track block for stubborn problems. Then meths on a stiff cloth. (Bits off a towel roll are good). I also have a Gaugemaster track cleaning device wired in, but cant say it's been a roaring success. Giving the layout a good run with a reliable Bachmann loco helps also.

I clean wheels with a meths soaked cloth, but must get some alcohol. Stubborn wheels can be effectively cleaned with a fibrepen. Take care not to get the shards stuck in your finger though, it hurts like heck!
 
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