A local shop in my town is putting on a rail jam soon, and we have a small problem. Some of the rails we will be using were made kinda wierd, and they are sticky sometimes even when its the middle of winter. Add on some rust from the summer and some possibly warm temperatures and we are a little concerned about how the rails will slide at the jam.
So NS, what is the best wey to make a sticky rail slippery? Any spray on stuff that works? Tips or tricks? +K for good advice.
Try coming to the midwest, were rails are made of rust and tetinus, run ins are about as wide as my wrist, and the landings look like the first 15 minutes of Saving Private Ryan
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