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Old 09-02-2013, 05:16 AM   #1
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Default Tyre cleaners

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what does everyone use as tyre cleaner, wurth break cleaner is fine for most if you put additive straight away back on to bake for a long time but what other options do people use

i just picked up a can of butane lighter refill gas, spray it into a cloth and wipe my tyres clean, seems to work well.
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Hi all

what does everyone use as tyre cleaner, wurth break cleaner is fine for most if you put additive straight away back on to bake for a long time but what other options do people use

i just picked up a can of butane lighter refill gas, spray it into a cloth and wipe my tyres clean, seems to work well.
I used to do all that but got away from the harsh chemicals.

Now all I do is use this:

75% No Smoke (honey oil)
25% Mineral oil

Apply and wipe off right away.
There is no smell.
Cleans and adds alot of traction with foams, rubber tires and even off-road tires.
Its the only thing you will need to use.

Give it a try.
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