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Re: [CBQ] Tall Globe Lantern needs cleaning

To: CBQ@xxxxxxxxx, Ray Bedard <tczephyr@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: [CBQ] Tall Globe Lantern needs cleaning
From: "George N." <georgecrawfordsr@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 12 Jul 2021 22:28:01 -0400 (EDT)
My bad. I use to have a mind like a steel trap, but now it is rusted shut and leaks like a sieve.
I meant to say WT Kirkman Lanterns  at  Also try   Good Luck
On 07/12/2021 3:35 PM Ray Bedard <tczephyr@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Thanks for the info. I googled " Kirk Lanterns" there are a lot that come up but none that appear to be RR related. Do you have a web site or email for him?

From: CBQ@xxxxxxxxx <CBQ@xxxxxxxxx> on behalf of George N. <georgecrawfordsr@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Monday, July 12, 2021 9:30 AM
To: CBQ@xxxxxxxxx <CBQ@xxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: [CBQ] Tall Globe Lantern needs cleaning
  I have two of the same lantern. Had to get a reproduction globe.  You may try a rag dampened with
Laquer THINER not mineral spirits then use windex with vinigar. Also talk to Kirk Lanterns.
On 07/12/2021 12:20 PM Ray Bedard <tczephyr@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I have a Burlington tall globe lantern with the square logo embossed on the globe. It is in great shape, except for the globe. It has a "milky" film on the globe that I would like to remove. Other than Windex, I have yet to try anything else. I have read that water and vinegar can clear cloudy glasses, but not certain how that would work on the globe. I know that vinegar can etch glass, so I am hesitant in trying this method.

Anyone have any suggestions?

Ray Bedard
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