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oil on wheel rims?


denz90wolf
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Hello ,


i have a lot of oil on my wheel rims ( not sure if that is the right term ) but i using wd40 very slightly but its taking the paint off my wheels . its basically oil off me chain think i been putting to much on lol :stupid:

Is there a better way of getting it off maybe with a foam spary or something like that?

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Wd40 won't remove paint... Unless someone has painted your wheels with the wrong paint!!

Are you sure its not brake fluid?? Brake fluid will strip paint.

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Detergent mixed with hot water and a stiff (ish) brush should do it.


If the paint is flaking off, then this will be due to a poor application in the first place or, as stated, you have some kind of 'stripper' fluid on there.


:cheers:

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Hi, It sounds to me like your applying way to much lube or using crap gear. I would suggest you give the chain a good clean and apply a good chain lube. This kit here should do you fine.

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/WURTH-BRAKE-A ... 4897.l4275

All l do to clean my wheel's is to give them a quick wipe with a rag and WD40

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