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Author Topic: Sick of scrubbing muck off your detector? I know i was!  (Read 1644 times)
« on: November 01, 2008, 10:25:18 AM »

After a hard days Dectecting the last thing i think about is cleaning  Detector  and kit, when i get around to doing it the mucks caked on.   

Ive started using VET WRAP on my Explorer its a non sticky tape that sticks to itself its washable and hard wearing.( protect your valuable investmet)
I wrap it just under the stand over the cheap looking tape grip and down the white shaft as far as the adjustable carbon bit (and no i dont cover the control box that would be silly lol)
Vets use it to bind Horse,s and other animals parts together It comes in every colour you can think of ( i wouldnt recommend Green you may loose your detector for good lol)
Ive done mine black to hide the dirt and i pretend my EX11 is an Explorer SE 
You can get it at the Vets,Ebay,Farm shops and that sort of place
Anyone got any neat ways of protecting the headphone socket and plug on the Explorer from bad weather ?
I use a bicycle intube from a kids bike.about 3 inchs.
I cable tie the tube to the cable and pull the tube tighly over the Plug and socket and battery door

Phil Jones

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