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I'm looking to clean the cork on my fishing rod before I seal it. I fished with it for two days while I was waiting on the U40 to arrive. Well it got dirty in a couple spots and I was wondering what I could use to clean it?

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Magic Eraser or simple green and a soft brush

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19 minutes ago, Delaware Valley Tackle said:

Magic Eraser or simple green and a soft brush

Thanks a lot. Which would cause less harm to the cork?

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Used Magic Eraser on mine then sealed it, worked great!!

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5 hours ago, tander said:

Used Magic Eraser on mine then sealed it, worked great!!

+1 that’s exactly what I did to all my cork handle rods no matter used or band new.

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I use magic eraser, didn't have to scrub too hard, then a very light coat of U40 Cork Sealer.  I didn't feel any difference in the grip. 

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Totally Awesome from Dollar General and a brush.

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Yeah, Magic Eraser.

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3 minutes ago, TBAG said:

Yeah, Magic Eraser.

 

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You guys remind me of my butt getting sweaty stuck on my grandma's couch...

Sealing cork is as silly as, well..... sealing cork.

 

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Mr Clean Magic Eraser Pads;  even if the cork has 5 years of slime on it.  Slick, quick, easy.

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Magic Erasers did the trick. Rod looked brand new. Hopefully the sealant helps with pitting like I have had with other cork handles. 

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