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Old 26-06-2018, 04:32 PM   #1
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what do people use to clean the pedals? There's 2 rubber pads and a metal pedal. I'm worried that anything I use would make them slippy which is obviously not a good thing.



I've taken a closer one of the accelerator pedal as it obviously needs some work.

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Old 26-06-2018, 04:46 PM   #2
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I did mine at the weekend just gone.

I sprayed them with APC/ AG Interior Cleaner and then used a nail brush to get in the grooves and wiped clean with a microfiber. Each pedal took two hits to get completely clean and then I just left them. I didn't want to apply any dressings as I didn't want slippy pedals.

I imagine with the metal pedal, firstly clean it with maybe shampoo and a gentle brush and then see if any metal polish will bring it up? Similar to what you would with an exhaust.
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Same as above,

Just put a MF towel down to catch drips and I also hold one in my hand around the pedal as im scrubbing so the brush doe-sent flick dirty foam every ware
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All my pedals are metal and i just hot them with a strong mix of BH Surfex, rinse and dry then use one of those impregnated metal polishing cloths to bring up the shine.
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