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Have you tried here?
https://www.rmweb.co.uk/community/index.php?/topic/33331-kernow-adams-o2/page/71/



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Hi Rick.  Thank you again, yes, but I cannot find anything useful. Best wishes Kevin



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Hi Rick. The real coal in the Loco bunker,  How do you fix it in place, bearing in mind that you may need to gain access to something “under the bonnet “ , and what about containing the dust?   Best wishes Kevin 



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The real coal is a Woodland Scenics product which is secured with a gentle application (using a dropper) of their Scenic Cement. That is diluted PVA so any similar mix should work. It's non-dusty but cleaning the coal (!!) is achieved in the same way as all other loco cleaning namely with a puffer brush which - in my case - originated with a batch of photographic kit I inherited from a long-departed relative.



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Hi Rick. Thank you for your reply. As it happens I have my own puffer brush, but, the “real coal” is actually REAL.Donated by a modeller of this Parrish, which I have been using to load wagons, no worries there, just layers of coal and super glue. Best wishes Kevin 



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