Cleaning Track for Sliding Glass Door

Would like to clean this track - have vacuumed but there's still dirt. Any suggestions?
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soap. water. simple green. spray it down. let it sit. wipe away. perhaps hitting it with a wire brush if really caked on.
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Charles Spitzer wrote:

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DangerMan wrote:

Hire a woman......
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make a pact with the dirt devil...
randy

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It is a pain in the ass but an old tooth brush works, then a small sponge like a scotch brite on one side and sponge on the other. Use some kind of citrus soap. Just twist up a fat one, turn on a "dead" album and have at it. By the time you get to Sugar Magnolia you should be making a dent in it.
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The bearings wear out, pull the door out and ck it. Wheel bearingsm, need maintainence on doors.
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I have one of those small steamers it works great for the sliding door
this is the one I have http://www.sewserg.com/products/abp07275-0086.html
Wayne

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