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    Anybody got a better solution than taking them off of the car to clean em up?

    former owner

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    8yo kid or wif with tiny hands? good luck with the last one, might turn out to be a very expensive request lol

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    I've been looking at the cordless drill rotary widgets for years, but so far haven't bought one. The tight caliper to wheel clearance on our cars would mean a dirty spot even with the tool, but one these would get you closer to 100% clean.

    http://www.adamspolishes.com/p-405-a...ning-tool.aspx

    Jeff

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    just move the car forward one (works with mooving it back once too!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwkslvr View Post
    Anybody got a better solution than taking them off of the car to clean em up?
    Don't drive it.............is about the only thing I can think of.
    Dino

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