All you need to be able to clean wooden blades is some mild detergent and warm water. Wooden blades also use brushes or cloth to clean the dirt and grime off the propellers.
You can get the blades clean by using a proper cleaning solvent. Make sure you wash with a cloth or a brush. Stay away from steel brushes, power buffers, or steel wool, those types of materials can cause scratches on the propeller if they are applied with too much force. Make sure to clean off all trace of polish after the polishing operation is complete. After the blades are cleanly put a coat of engine oil on them.
Add Stoddard Solvent, or it’s commensurate with a clean cloth and wipes the part down. Use a non-acerbic soap product to get all the dirt and grim off the propeller. After making sure to rinse the blades down with fresh water. If you want to use a high polish, make sure you wipe the blades clean of any left-over polish when you are done.
Charge the Propeller Air Dome:
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