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George Nuetzel
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Re: Baked on brake dust


It was a brass wire brush although the protective coating could have
damaged by the previous owner.


Harry Face wrote:

> You might have to remove each wheel to allow wheel cleaner to sit on the
> wheel for a longer period to help disolve it. Let them sit in the shade
> when you do this. I had to do that with ( front ) wheel covers
> especially the insides.
> Is it possible the protective clear coating has been damaged on the
> wheels? Are you using a real " Wire " Brush on your wheels?
> Most every availabe spray on wheel cleaner should be strong enough to
> disolve brake dust.
> Good Luck
> Harryface
> 05 Park Avenue
> 91 Bonneville LE, 303,321 miles

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