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Sticky rubber armour coating on Futura LE Binoculars

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SOURCE: rubber coating on my tasco exp scope has become

Dust with fine Talcum powder, ie baby powder. Distrubute powder over rubber and it will harden up the rubber, let sit and gently rub in. After a couple of minutes dust off excess. repeat if required.

Posted on Sep 14, 2009

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SOURCE: rubber coating on my tasco exp scope has become

Talcum powder solution does not work, it will become gooey again. I have two of the scopes same problem on both. The coating can be removed with WD-40. Do not spray directly on to the scope. Spray a paper towel and gently wipe the goo from the scope. It takes a lot of towels but the end result is a scope the looks the same but with out the gooey coating.

The 3-9 scope I have recently stopped focusing at greater than 80 yards and I'm sending it back for repairs. It will be interesting to see how that goes.

I have begun switching to Leupold scopes for all of my rifles and pistols. Really too bad as I thought the Tasco EXP was great when it first arrived. I just don't have the time to fool with a product that should work.

Posted on May 01, 2010

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Try it with rubbing alcohol first - just keep it away from the optics, and you may get lucky. The only thing that ever seems to work with these is an abrasive cream cleaner (jif/cif or similar) - you just have to use lots of cream and be careful not to polish the optics - unfortunately the stickiness will come back quicker than before though. I haven't tried myself, but i have heard that once you have carried out the cream cleaner routine, you can paint the unit - ask your hardware shop what sort of rubbery paints they have - ideally oil based and not acrylic. It wont last as long as the original finish or like quite as good, but it should stop the stickiness for a while at least. Try and keep your binoculars out of the sun - most of the stickiness is either caused by that, or contact with a damaging chemical such as most insect repellents, or petroleum products. Hope this helps :)

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