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15a, is it possible to fix your pictures on the first page? I've never seen this thread but it sounds badass
Ditto.... would love to see page 1 pictures lol
In here to say just that..
I'm not aware of anything that won't damage the paint and will strip that thick sticky stuff off.What would I use to clean up this unholy mess? All four doors look like this D:
My neighbor, who used to paint show motorcycles for a living, said there used to be a degreaser/wax remover you could just pour over the paint and it would strip all that stuff clean without damaging the paint at all. I can't seem to find anything that is that easy... a lot of conflicting info. What do you guys use?
I'm not aware of anything that won't damage the paint and will strip that thick sticky stuff off.
I'd use WD40 and a stiff bush to get most of that off, then Super Clean and a stiff brush with a good water rinse and compressed air blow dry. Don't forget to lube them again after you are done as you will have washed away all the lubricants. Spraying them with WD40 once a day for a week before you actually start trying to clean them will help also.
Pic would help in this case.Anyone know of a good cleaner that can take off caked and baked on brake dust? I mean the kind of stuff that refuses to come off after serious scrubbing with a brush and whatever chemicals are in Meguiar's hot rims wheel cleaner.
For stage 1 paint/no clear is this the best way to go about cleaning it:
3)Compound(ill be using Meguiars UC) Edit: After some research Meguairs #7 instead?
I do everything by hand;buffers kind of scare me
edit: trial by fire