PreciselyYou just buy another bike when one gets dirty do you not?
thanks.I just bought mine from eBay. Not sure if it was the cheapest or not, but not too bad.
Don't understand why you need to degrease the chain rings and cassette to be honest paul.Degrease the chain rings, cassette and chain, car shampoo* for washing, thorough rinse with cold water, dry off and polish with Mr Sheen.
I have a 500ml bottle of Isopropyl alcohol which I use for cleaning discs and / or (only when they get squeally and therefore probably contaminated). It has no effect on brake blocks or pads, once you wipe the metal surface clean it evaporates off in seconds so there's nothing left to transfer on to your pads anyway.thanks.
wondering what the difference in effectiveness between that and @PaulSB 's white spirit?
Can Paul or anyone tell me?
Have always shied away from liquid stuff as am no chemist and have been concerned about possible effects on brake blocks and, more particularly, tryes.
Any of those substances a problem?
At the moment I tend to sometimes use some heavy duty wipes I got from Aldi, but I suppose with those you are just paying for small essences of stuff and a load of wipe filler.
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