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Cleaning my darts
After playing with these darts for a while I have had a bit of dirt or something build up in the grip part, is there any quick or effective ways to get it out? Don't know if anyone else has this problem but I want to clean it
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Hot soapy water and a soft toothbrush is probably the best way I've found.  Just rinse them well and make sure they are dry before putting the shafts back in.  I usually just use the wife's hair dryer.  Takes about 10 minutes, start to finish.
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Red75[emoji769 Wrote:' pid='373338' dateline='1486611490']
Hot soapy water and a soft toothbrush is probably the best way I've found.  Just rinse them well and make sure they are dry before putting the shafts back in.  I usually just use the wife's hair dryer.  Takes about 10 minutes, start to finish.

Cheers will try it out to see if it works


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I leave the shafts on when I clean my darts, keeps the threads dry.
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Red75[emoji769 Wrote:' pid='373338' dateline='1486611490']
Hot soapy water and a soft toothbrush is probably the best way I've found.  Just rinse them well and make sure they are dry before putting the shafts back in.  I usually just use the wife's hair dryer.  Takes about 10 minutes, start to finish.


Cheers I can see a notable difference already and I left my shafts on because I didn't wanna mess with water in side the dart




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Toothbrush or nailbrush scrub and use this cleaner

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I have a set of medium shafts that i screw in while washing them, easier to handle and don't need to worry about water inside the barrel. Can also let them soak in soapy water like that for like 10 minutes.

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What fred says is the way to go. I use simple green about the same.
I also find that if you retire and don't work so much the darts stay cleaner
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