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Old 08-17-2002, 11:58 PM   #1
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Ok guys what's the deal, motor cleaner? What do you use to get rid of normal dust and tyre dust?

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Does motor spray hurt anodized metal?
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Old 08-18-2002, 12:05 AM   #3
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paint brush, blower and ows cleaning spray then wipe off with cloth.
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not sure about motor spray, but ows seems save on materials, i even use it as motor cleaner nowadays. But I don't spray it direct on any electronics.
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Old 08-18-2002, 12:37 AM   #5
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what is ows cleaning spray? never heard of it.

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Does motor spray hurt anodized metal?
No - anodizing is actually a part of the metal.
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Ummmm you sure about that?, oven cleaner can take off anodizing can't it?
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its a multipurpose cleaning spray that I got from our lhs. never heard of it myself until I saw the thing being used by local racers.
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here's a small pic of it.

sorry that I can't provide much details now.
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O ok cool, thanks kino2.

Hmm just try'd motor spray on my chassis, everything was fine but the anodizing did start to come off the metal, duh!. Still looks good though.
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big paint brush and some nail polish remover on a cotton ball (to clean underside of chassis). Nail polish remover works great on bodies too.
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