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I've got a chain, a cassette and a chainset all of which have a black, waxy residue on them (presumably from dried-on lube). I've tried detergent, alcohol, white spirit, WD-40 and petrol; it appears insoluble in all of them. So far the only thing that works is my fingernail. Apart from being ludicrously time-consuming, the scrape-it-off approach won't work for the cassette or the chain. Does anyone have any better ideas?
mpatts wrote:I use white spirit and a toothbrush, works a treat
(Is the 964 reference a Porsche one?)
White spirit didn't cut it. Turned out that disc cleaner was the thing. And, indeed, a toothbrush.
Yes, I had a cup car until recently. Just gone, sadly. May have to change my handle.
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