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    Got some brake dust on a new top when I cleaned the wheels. It hasn't washed out Any suggestions?

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    My suggestion would be to wear old clothes when cleaning your wheels

    Vanish is usually pretty good.

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    Hi,
    I'm barry scott.

    Let me tell you about the product called "cillit brake dust remover bang!"

    Take 1 litre of petrol.

    Apply to affected area,

    Take 1 match

    Ignite

    Hey presto bang, no more stubborn brake dust marks!!

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    I like that one stusdc - marvellous

    Brocks - I kind of get the feeling you're not going to get that many helpful replies somehow ;-)

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    dont use your clothes for cleaning alloys .....

    a case of lesson learnt :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by stusdc View Post
    Hi,
    I'm barry scott.
    YOU CAN'T BE BARRY SCOTT, YOURE WISPERING, BARRY SHOUTS LIKE THIS.!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brocks View Post
    Got some brake dust on a new top when I cleaned the wheels. It hasn't washed out Any suggestions?
    Buy a new one, you'll never see the stains again.

    I think you've oiled it as well as dusted it, a pre wash soap bar should sort it out.

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    Put some Tomato sauce on it, followed by some red wine and then some Pen, gaurantee no-one will notice any brake dust !

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    Buy a new shirt you tight git!!!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brocks View Post
    Got some brake dust on a new top when I cleaned the wheels. It hasn't washed out Any suggestions?
    I bet you wished you never asked now.

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