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      03-21-2012, 02:18 PM   #1
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Best way to clean Stoptech Trophy Kit/Calipers

What is the best way to clean the calipers? Just don't want to ruin the finish. Thanks fellas.
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most helpful, informative thread ever.
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After trying pretty much all the wheel cleaners in existence I have found that the BMW OEM wheel cleaner is the best at cleaning and not leaving any residue, or causing stains or discoloration. Even in a hot wheel or caliper (painted or not).

And in a very strange BMW-way, it is relatively one of the cheapest to buy. Even comparable to the cheap-shit of Pep Boys. Normally I get a 6-pack at the dealer for about $45 plus tax...
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After trying pretty much all the wheel cleaners in existence I have found that the BMW OEM wheel cleaner is the best at cleaning and not leaving any residue, or causing stains or discoloration. Even in a hot wheel or caliper (painted or not).

And in a very strange BMW-way, it is relatively one of the cheapest to buy. Even comparable to the cheap-shit of Pep Boys. Normally I get a 6-pack at the dealer for about $45 plus tax...
soap and water....
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