Customs: Cleaning your customs?

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  1. Shepard Prime

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  2. SG hailstorm

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    i gently blast them with an air compressor
     
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    I would just use a brush.
     
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    Just take the water hose to 'em :) 
     
  5. project9

    project9 White n' Nerdy

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    Heh, that would work. =)

    I've used the Pledge Dust cloths myself. Though, they do tend to snag on sharp edges. Dusting Cloth | Dust & Allergen Dry Cloths | Pledge® But it's like a Swiffer (which may work too, I just like these hand swipe versions), so you just run it over the surface to pick it all up. But like SG, I'm sure compressed air would be a viable solution if you don't want to pick them all up and do it by hand.
     
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    I use a fluffy paint brush this way I get in all the little spots and stuff and since the brush is soft the figures are safe, even customs which I have a few of.
     
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    An actual soft brush, preferably a hobby one that's never been used for paint.