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Old 10-19-2012, 08:26 AM   #8  
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Originally Posted by zip2play View Post
I'd use a vacuum cleaner with a solft furniture brush attachment.
those brushes are still a little aggressive (coarse horse hair) a soft brush (camel hair used in conjunction with a vacuum hose would be a better choice) most of those older paper cones are pretty sensitive and the aged paper is delicate.
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