How to Clean a Short Course RC Truck

How to Clean a Dirty Radio Control Truck

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It’s a most rc lover common inquire how to clean a short course RC truck. RC truck clean is too important for its long-lasting mechanical parts.

 

If you don’t clean, Dirt attaches to your mechanical parts and moisture create rust on this section. As soon you will lose your favorite rc vehicle. Today I am discussing about it. Let’s go to our main discussion.

How to Clean a Dirty Radio Control Truck
How to Clean a Dirty Radio Control Truck

When cleaning the RC truck, make sure it’s any chemical components don’t drop in your RC truck electric parts and bearing. Generally, you need these components like as paint brush, toothbrush, cloth, cleaning agent (soap, detergent, spray, granules etc.) lubricating oil. As a cleaning agent I love Simple Green. Why simple green?  Because Simple green is Nontoxic and biodegradable.

When the driving session is over, you should clean your RC truck. Because when dirt is fresh you can remove it very easily from your RC truck plastic parts. First of all, you should switch off your power, then unplugged your battery line and take off it. Use your brush for dirt, remove from your RC truck all plastic parts and other mechanical components.

 

If the dirt is affixing your RC truck body, what should you do? Damped your cloth with cleaning agent. Rub off the affix area by damped cloth. The cloth will remove all dirt. After cleaning your favorite RC truck, you should check your bearing and other spring. If bearing stuck off dirt. Remove bearing and use RPM bearing blaster, then spray brake cleaner into the bearing.

 

Short Course RC Truck Clean Checklist
Short Course RC Truck Clean Checklist

Using lubricating oil for mechanical parts prolongs. My favorite lubricating oil name is 3-IN-ONE Multipurpose Oil. Since 1894, 3-IN-ONE ‘s multi-purpose drip oil has been a trusted tool. it has used by professional tradesmen and do-it-yourselfers to lubricate moving parts, penetrate rust, clean and protect tools, and much more.

After cleaning and oiling it is important to remember to dry. After dry you set up again all of the bearings and tight enough as like before cleaning. Set up again your battery and check it is working or not. After all of this procedure your RC truck is ready to run for another mission. For your visualization you can check this video.

A neat and clean truck gives you a fresh mentality. Also give an extra confident to win the race. For cleaning purpose your favorite truck will long last and save your money. That’s it, now you should have an RC that’s clean and ready to go get dirty again. What methods do you guys use?

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