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I have a primos slate call it is just a thin strip of wood running through a plastic body. What should i use to clean it andthe

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  • I have a primos slate call it is just a thin strip of wood running through a plastic body. What should i use to clean it andthe

    I have a primos slate call it is just a thin strip of wood running through a plastic body. What should i use to clean it andthe strykers? There is only one small spot that even almost works so much dirt got on it. Please hurry i need to use it this next weekend to go turkey hunting. Thanks. It is a Primos Power slot with frictionate. Thanks.

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    I would try a very stiff toothbrush. (Probably my wife's rather than my own) If it is seriously dirty you may try a damp rag but try to keep the call as dry as possible. Also, I am not familiar with the call you are using, but most slates need roughing up pretty regularly with a very fine grit sandpaper or steel wool. The call works with friction and the fine ridges left by the sanding increases the friction between the striker and slate.

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    • #3
      "Thin strip of wood" just caught my eye in your question. I think I have seen a similar call. Damp rag should work fine. Be sure and dry the call thoroughly and then chalk it really well. Either use special turkey call chalk or carpenters chalk. School type chalk sometimes has a bit to much wax in it. Good luck!!

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        Thanks

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        • #5
          try sand paper on striker otherwise go on the website and check they mite have somethin??

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          • #6
            Agreed with DanInArkinsaw and + 1 for you sir!!!

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