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Old 26th March 2010, 09:09   #1
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Exclamation Getting Rid Of Brake Pad Glaze

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How does one get rid of brake pad glaze, without opening the system?

As in, are there any sprays, compounds to be applied, etc., to get rid of the same?
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You cannot. The practice of using emery/sand-paper is very detrimental since the specks left (they always are) lead to accelerated wear.
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