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    Re: cleaning sling blades and dodgers.

    WD 40 does a nice job also.

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    Thumbs up Re: cleaning sling blades and dodgers.

    I use the dawn stuff too, smell does a number over time.......Jetspray
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    Re: cleaning sling blades and dodgers.

    Quote Originally Posted by Koke Machine83 View Post
    Dawn Liquid soap / NON Scented. Warm Water and Dry by towel. Do it all the time!!! Robbie
    As usual excellent advice from Robbie. Like Robbie I’ve been cleaning lures and dodgers with unscented Dawn and warm water for years. It’s really important if you use scent on your lures or dodgers to clean then thoroughly. Scent left on lures will become rancid and can actually repel fish.
    Hunting, Fishing and Labrador Retrievers and at the end of the day a glass of Buffalo Trace Whiskey- Life is Sweet.

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    Re: cleaning sling blades and dodgers.

    Dawn Liquid soap / NON Scented. Warm Water and Dry by towel. Do it all the time!!! Robbie

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    Re: cleaning sling blades and dodgers.

    old school was cigar ash and water and polish

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    cleaning sling blades and dodgers.

    Went to my local lake this morning and ended up with
    4 decent fish,all trout.
    I did notice that a few of my dodgers are needing cleaned.
    I do know this has been discussed before.
    What do i use to clean them with?
    Thanks.
    Bob

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