How to clean wheels?
spokes at the-wire.com
Fri Dec 6 16:43:54 EST 2002
You're about to hit the 300,000km mark! (well, it would be a week for me)
Way too go!!
318,647 as of yesterday morning...
89 90q 300km+ Rally Conversion...
Roll cage shots available at:
Quoting Brady Moffatt <bradym at sympatico.ca>:
> I've used cooking oil (peanut, canola, etc.) for removal of adhesive
> residue. It doesn't lift up immediately, but with a bit of rubbing it comes
> right off. Probably gentler on the finish than most, too.
> Brady Moffatt
> Montreal, Quebec, Canada
> 86 4kq with 299,000km
> 86 4kq parts car
> 72 Datsun 240Z with 180,000 miles
> 92 VW Golf with 192,000km FOR SALE
> in early stages of quattrosis accumulatus
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Bernard Littau" <bernardl at acumenassociates.com>
> > > I finally had the time to clean the wheels of my car. These are the
> > > stock alloy wheels on the 5k tq (not the Fuch).
> > >
> > > They turned out very well, but I can't get the sticky backing of the
> > > wheel balancing weights off. Any BTDT? What works well for this?
> > >
> > > Thanks,
> > > Zsolt
> > I usually use lighter fluid, or some of my wife's nail polish remover :-)
> > Best,
> > Bernard Littau
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