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Bobbybass

Cleaning old rope from stove door...tip

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Hi all.

 

Maybe this us already known...but here it is anyway.

In the past I've spent ages using old screwdriver etc..to remove the solidified glue from the groove.

 

Today I had the door on the bench...and had already scraped some out..but there was a lot if solidified stuff in the groove that was like concrete.

 

I had my cordless drill on the bench with a 6mm drill bit in it.

In desperation...I put the drill bit into the groove at a low angle and ran the drill. I did not have it in a position where the actual but could drill anything.

 

Wow !!... I ran the bit along the groove and it cleaned it out and broke off all the old scale and hardened cement in about a minute !.

 

It was amazing and there was no danger of it actually drill or cutting into the groove.

 

It was great !

 

I had to share it !.

Edited by Bobbybass
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Thanks.

 

My rope...was of recent installation...but a good tip for people with who don't change it much.

 

 

 

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14 minutes ago, BEngo said:

I always find a needle gun works a treat.   Gets in all the corners too.

But if you ain’t got one... :)

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3 hours ago, WotEver said:

But if you ain’t got one... :)

Then it must be time for an urgent letter to Santa?

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