Brake Clean

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by Peter, Jan 12, 2006.

  1. Peter

    Peter Well-Known Member

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    this stuff is like duct tape, has so many uses, you can clean pretty much any part of your car with it and it doesnt really damage the paint. Even though I wouldn't suggest using a tonne of it to clean your car but for subborn road grime it takes it right off. I would follow with a good clay bar and polish though :)
     
  2. blackfang

    blackfang Well-Known Member

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    Cleans flywheel and pressure plates too ;)
     
  3. bimmertech

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    used to check for vacuum leaks

    use it to shoot fire at your buddy while he is working under the car

    use it as mace

    use it for home abortions

    use it as wasp spray
     
  4. wayne94mustang

    wayne94mustang Well-Known Member

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    you can wash out oil spots off your shirt before you wash it
     
  5. monkeyspunk79

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    Most of the brake cleaners out there use Perchlorate, which is used in dry cleaning to get your suits clean.

    Personally, I prefer some Brake-Kleen sprayed into a bag. There's nothing nicer on a hot day than huffing brake cleaner*.

    Except maybe huffing starting fluid*.




    *this is a joke. Don't do this, you'll get stoopid like me.
     
  6. 95 BLOWN GT

    95 BLOWN GT Well-Known Member

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    should i use a paper lunch bag or a plastic sandwich bag ? lol