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Old 03-07-2013, 11:29 PM   #1
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I have break dust on my wheels. My rotors and brakes are basically brand new and it has kinda made my black wheels have a reddish tint..Anyways what is a good products to remove this stuff?
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meguiars all wheel cleaner will do the trick..as for protecting your wheels against more dust grab a can of Armor All wheel protectant...normally i'd never use an AA product but i love this stuff...keeps the dust off my wheels for a few weeks at a time
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meguiars all wheel cleaner will do the trick..as for protecting your wheels against more dust grab a can of Armor All wheel protectant...normally i'd never use an AA product but i love this stuff...keeps the dust off my wheels for a few weeks at a time
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To fix in permanently get rid of the semi-metallic brake pads, many of which use iron powder as the "metallic" part--the red dust is rust. Install a set of ceramic pads (Pep Boy's ProStop Premium pads are quite good) and the problem will be gone...
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To fix in permanently get rid of the semi-metallic brake pads, many of which use iron powder as the "metallic" part--the red dust is rust. Install a set of ceramic pads (Pep Boy's ProStop Premium pads are quite good) and the problem will be gone...
Alright, sounds good. Thanks
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