Dremel for toy trains


Dremel for toy trains

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I use my Dremel Moto tool for cleaning, polishing & rust removal on my old Lionel trains. I have been repairing & restoring old trains for many years. That isn't news. That I just replaced my old Moto tool with a new 300 model is. The old one was sold at our garage sale after 30 years of great service. I found I needed a variable speed tool. I was happily surprised to find that all the old bits & brushes fit the new tool. I haven't used it yet but I expect it will be every bit as good as the old Dremel.




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The National Model Railroad Association ( www.nmra.com) swears by these tools and, (I have not checked recently) has a forum not only for LIONEL restorers, but also for use of DREMELs in basic model RR operations!

"For almost every problem,
there is a DREMEL solution"

"When all else fails, read the instructions."

Jim



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