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Cleaning speaker cones

What's the best way to gets stains off speaker cones? I've got some second hand ones with various stains and marks on them. I've dusted and brushed with a shoe brush and irs not removing them. Is it safe to use a slightly damp sponge? I think thats the only thing thats going to get it off.

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RE: Cleaning speaker cones

I've heard a hoover is quite popular around here. That with perhaps a gentle 30 degrees machine wash, maybe the wool cycle, should be great.

Failing that, a damp sponge will do no damage and if it is a plastic cone, a little bit of silicon spray and a wipe will do the job.

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RE: Cleaning speaker cones

Thanks, a damp cloth did the trick. Now back to trying to get those dents out.

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RE: Cleaning speaker cones

Do you de-dent cars as well?

 

'Er indoors's 18 month old Lincoln MKZ (a Mondeo in a party frock) has more door dings than you can shake a stick at.  As for the Discovery...

Nothing special BDP, Marantz 7010, 7.2.4 w/ Yamaha NS-IW960 L/C/R, NS-IW660 SR/SL/RR/RL, & 4 NS-IC800s, 2 Polk PSW110 subs. Samsung 6 series 65 in 4K TV. Waiting for 100-120 in 4K HDR wallpaper TVs to be affordable.

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RE: Cleaning speaker cones

More hits than the Beatles?

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