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    Quote Originally Posted by oldschoolltv View Post
    Built here in Winter Haven and were always great products.
    https://www.bodico.com/
    My opinion, these bodico are great, look at the "bubble buster" ones with the ribs, they work best by far for regular purpose.

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    LakeFever, before you start roll them down your leg/arm, if they don't spin they will drag when you try to roll glass, then take them apart, clean shaft and inside of roller, sometimes i sand the shaft with some 400 paper just to clean smooth, then put some vasoline on shaft and reassy, if their resin bound {metal only,never liked the plastic ones} burn with propane and clean groves with wire brush by hand, never liked the power spin method but everybody has their own way that works, ofcourse rinse/clean/keep rollers in acetone while working so they don't gum up , John

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    I learned to keep them submerged in a cup of acetone while working and it doesn't gum up like averep said.

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    I just glassed till they got crappy. Get another one from the cabinet. Every once in a while I just burn them. You will use a bunch of acetone trying to keep them clean. Just don't get carried away with too much heat, or they will melt

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    With how inexpensive they can be acquired, I have been tossing them after each session of glass I do for the day. Acetone is by far more pricey right now.
    83 Vking 150 Mariner 2.5L

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