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I have been going through my Dads old kites. He doesn't have the interest to fly anymore. Anyway I would like to try and clean up some of the old foils, before I try to sell them or do whatever with them. Advice?

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makatakam    1,545

Don't. It wont increase the value at all, and you may end up screwing it up so it becomes less valuable. Anybody who buys one and wants to clean it can handle it by themselves. Not worth doing all that work for no appreciable increase in value.

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Tmadz    474

Depending on the kite, you can wash with a mild detergent. Don't use a bristle brush. Some people have been known to climb into the shower with their kites to get them squeaky clean. Don't judge.

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