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|26th March 2010, 09:09||#1|
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Getting Rid Of Brake Pad Glaze
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?
|26th March 2010, 10:05||#2|
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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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