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Best cleaning solution for speakers. Woofers,tweeters and midrange?

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I need to do some spring cleaning on my speakers. I pulled off the front grills and noticed some major dust and very off colored, faded speakers. How do I restore them to "look" like new again?
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Armor All or Simple green maybe?
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Are they paper or a poly/plastic material? For rubber surrounds a basic car dash wipes would work. Use a can of air to blow out the dust from the spider and venting. For paper cone speakers use this stuff:

http://www.parts-express.com/pe/showdetl.cfm?partnumber=340-513
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Are they paper or a poly/plastic material? For rubber surrounds a basic car dash wipes would work. Use a can of air to blow out the dust from the spider and venting. For paper cone speakers use this stuff:

http://www.parts-express.com/pe/showdetl.cfm?partnumber=340-513
They are paper. Thanks. This seems to be just what I was looking for. Have you personally used this? just asking, it doesnt really matter because I will be ordering a bottle anyway.
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A vacuum with brush attachment is good for getting the dust off, without marking or damaging the cones or surrounds.
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