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I have alot of wax overspray on my rear rim, and wondering if anyone has had a problem removing it. I was thinking about rubbing alolchol? What u think?
 

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I have alot of wax overspray on my rear rim, and wondering if anyone has had a problem removing it. I was thinking about rubbing alolchol? What u think?

What up I just cleaned my chain last night... I had a little bit of overspray on my rear rim also, just grab an old t-shirt and wet it... Wipe it down really good; I realized that trying to using any type of stronger chemical cleaner will start to strip the black off the rim...
 

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WD 40 will disolve the chain wax. However it will not wipe clean off the wheel. It still looks smeary if that is a word. I use WD to remove the gunk the the honda polish to clean it after that. Looks brand new!
 

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Just a little helpful hint..cut out some cardboard, slide between your chain and rear wheel, then spray your chain, it helps elminate any over spray gettin onto your wheel.
 
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