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Old 03-07-2020, 12:21 AM   #51
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Default Re: Cleaning up old pipes?

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Originally Posted by HighlandPark View Post
There are tons of vintage ivory sets out there with the unmistakable stains of old, sticky, leather bags on the mounts -- the stains are indeed permanent but add character and are part of the history of the pipes -- embrace them!

I think some mounts on my Dunbars May have been stained from the inside of the case, it doesn’t bother me, I’d actually say it gives the set character
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