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Old 12-11-2017, 08:02 PM   #111
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Nice one philly thanks mate. Is it worth taking the wheels off and cleaning the brakes with a wire brush then spray it on once they are clean? My rear brakes are a bloody nightmare as 95% off my breaking comes from the front so my rear disks rust badly. Probably need new calipers/Pistons to be fair

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This isn't the product that lasts ages in an exposed environment as far as I'm aware, this needs constant topping up after each wash

My brakes don't rust unless I wash them as otherwise they don't get wet (that then stays on them) so might be worth rectifying the problem 1st before using this

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Old 19-11-2017, 01:52 PM   #112
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How long does this take to be delivered ? I ordered last week and hasn't arrived yet .
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Old 22-12-2017, 06:55 PM   #113
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Spray onto exposed metal, leave, profit
do you rinse it after couple of minutes ? or leaving there ?
How about other parts like fenders and undercarriage ? any one test it ?
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do you rinse it after couple of minutes ? or leaving there ?
How about other parts like fenders and undercarriage ? any one test it ?
No rinsing, as that will wash it off

Just spray the diluted product onto the exposed metal and the rust stops

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