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Cleaning / Polishing Vintage Rubber Pens

clean restore polish vintage rubber

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#1 perrins57



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Posted 15 February 2014 - 15:02

Just to say I cleaned my Summit and Conway Stewart Vintage pens with Autoglym Rubber bumper (fender to you Yanks :) ) cleaner/restorer. They came up a treat (though slightly slippery to begin with, they're harder to grip with no muck and a polished surface) Nice shine, though not too shinny and they are a slightly deeper black colour now as well. Seems like a good choice. Oh and it smells better than rubber as well.

What cleaner/restorers have others had success with?

Edited by perrins57, 15 February 2014 - 15:03.

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