Brake dust Barrier

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  1. solo7777

    solo7777 SRT Terminator Hellcat Car Club Western Regional President HCC Charter Member

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    Pick up a can of this to try...anybody try this yet?
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    Nope, never seen it before, where did you pick it up
     
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    solo7777 SRT Terminator Hellcat Car Club Western Regional President HCC Charter Member

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    I have my doubts about it but subscribing for results...
     
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    i doubt anything can stop the dust from these brakes!!! Best option is to replace with different pads in my opinion!!
     
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    Haven't tried it but I use other Macguires products and like them. The tire shine is awesome because crap doesn't stick to my tires and they always look good. I will pick some up next time I go into the parts store. Thanks for the share. I'm willing to try anything!:D
     
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    You pretty much can't go wrong with Meguiars... Good products and they have been around forever.

    With that said check out 303 Aerospace Protector for anything Vinyl or Rubber. They company was recently purchased by Eagle One but it's good stuff. It's all I use on my tires. You will have either a satin finish or two coats with light buffing will give you a shine. It will never give that crazy shine (if that is what you like this is not the product). It's actually good for the rubber, has UV40 built in, doesn't sling off, will not turn tires brown and doesn't collect dust. 303 is available at any boating store, some hardware stores, Cabelas stores (online Amazon etc). I'm only mentioning this because 303 is one of my favorite products and not well known.
     
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    As stated above - get some ceramic/carbon brake pads.

    That stuff will make it easier to clean, but they will still be as dirty after the same amount of usage.
     
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    I like a little shine, but not the kind that makes everything stick to it. stripe n wheel.jpg
     
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    I think the goal with this is pretty much being able to rinse most of the dust off off, rather than scrubbing too much. Worth a try, I'll report back to see if it makes it any easier.
     
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    X2 on the 303.

    I would rather just change pads than try to make constant cleaning of brake dust " easier "
     
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    Ok, so I applied it yesterday and it makes the wheels super shiny. I will be able to test it out today cause I'm heading out to Jinas after work to drop off my headrests so she can embroider them, that and back should make some dust and I'll see how easy it is to clean and report back.
     
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    I agree, but want to wear the brembos down first, so I'll just have to deal with the dust until then.
     
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