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    Printer rollers - What do you guys clean them with?

    What do you all use?

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    Nylon brillo pads for cheap quick fixits..you want to rough them up. But todays printers..they're so thin...can't do much, just replace them. Look at new rollers..look at their surface up close...looks almost like leather...somewhat wrinkled in appearance, or like the belly of a snake...ridged towards one direction of rotation. Once that's worn down..not much you can do..except deal with paper jams, or replace them.
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    I use my tongue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by purecomedy
    I use my tongue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YeOldeStonecat
    Once that's worn down..not much you can do..except deal with paper jams, or replace them.
    I've seen some Laserjet 4000's worn down to no treads at all.

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