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Taking Care of the Model Trains Model trains are expensive. That is why the hobby of collecting such items is considered one of the more costly hobbies to have. However, many people will still spend a considerable amount of money on buying model trains. If you have a model train, you should take the necessary measures to take care of it. You would not want to have your investment end up in the trash. Collectors who are on top of things, take care of their collections and you would be advised to do the same. In the long run, you will find that taking good care of your model train will spare you a significant amount of money for repair and maintenance in the future. Here are several simple guidelines that would help you take care of your very valuable model train collection. - Store the model train in a safe place if it is not in use. If you are storing the model train in the garage, make sure it is safe and the area does not get flooded during rainy days. - Always wipe dust and dirt off the model train. Use soft cloth or soft sponge when doing this. This will help prevent accumulation of massive dirt, which could potentially damage the item over time. - If you are using batteries to operate your model train, take it out if the train if it will not be in use for a long time. Batteries leak if not in use for a long period of time. The leakage could damage the model train because the chemicals in batteries are harsh and abrasive. - Let the model train run on its own power. Do not touch the item when it is operating. Doing so can often cause little damages to the engine and to the function of the model train as a whole.
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