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Best Break Dust Remover

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    Best Break Dust Remover

    I tried this today thinking that it was a myth but i think it is easily the best and easiest way to remove break dust from rims

    use coke-a-cola...sounds crazy but because of the acid in coke it actually dissolves break dust.

    i cracked open a can of coke....dumped some onto a old towel....started rubbing the rim and after a few min they are back to new
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    Now put a good coat of wax on them.

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    normal car wash soap and a tooth brush, if you do it often it is not hard to clean.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dewman View Post
    normal car wash soap and a tooth brush, if you do it often it is not hard to clean.
    Agree! I've never had to use more than a wet rag on mine.
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    I dont have brake dust?????

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    When I worked on jets in the Air Force, we used coke in the washer along with detergent to get grease and hydro stains out from our uniforms.

    It works. great discovery. Little known fact of military history.

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