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breamtim
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Australia
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Posted - 14 Nov 2013 :  8:33:47 PM  Show Profile  Visit breamtim's Homepage Send breamtim a Private Message  Reply with Quote
What does everyone doto clean their rods? I oil the reel, lightly spray the reel and rod with water and scrub the reel with a toothbrush. Should I be doing more? My Stradic is going fine though. Thanks, tim

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Posted - 15 Nov 2013 :  11:36:17 PM  Show Profile  Visit Admin's Homepage Send Admin a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Just some warm soapy water for the rod. The real gets light rinse with fresh water with the drag done up tight. Then excess shaken off and drag lessened off to dry naturally. A light oiling to the moving parts and its ready for he next outing.

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nathanl
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Australia
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Posted - 16 Nov 2013 :  08:10:09 AM  Show Profile Send nathanl a Private Message  Reply with Quote
^^^^^^^ same for me pretty much! light wash of rod and wipe down with a microfibre cloth

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Nathan
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Shrek
Cockney



Australia
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Posted - 22 Nov 2013 :  9:42:47 PM  Show Profile Send Shrek a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Spray with fresh water. Been told to keep rod up right
To protect reel unsure if that's true though
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