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What do you clean fishing rods with?

Asked: Frédérick Jean, Last Updated:

All you need is lukewarm water and vinegar or a mild detergent for a thorough cleaning. Remember, moisture can cause rust and other damage, so always make sure both your rod and reel are dried well after cleaning. Once you get into a routine, you will find your fishing rod maintenance isn't such a big job.

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