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    Default Removing anodizing from brake rotors

    So if anyone is polishing these easy off heavy duty oven cleaner will strip off the anodizing in a few min making it ready to polish


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    Just spray it on let it soak then rinse with water. Now you are ready to polish!

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    Some progress

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    Nice! Post pics on the bike when you're done.

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    That works nice! I took the anodizing off a set of the "holey" levers once and used something like Mean Green cleaner, just poured some in a bowl and watched the black come off. It wasn't Mean Green, it was actually a cheap brand I got at a Dollar store, but it had the ingredients in it that were needed. You can Google removing anodizing to see what it is. The oven cleaner has to be the regular kind, not the low fumes or no fumes kind to work, I do remember that from searching on removing it.






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    interedte in polishing m stock rotors. how do I do it? any advice woul be appreciated. thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by wcm109 View Post
    interedte in polishing m stock rotors. how do I do it? any advice woul be appreciated. thank you
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    He does the best job on polishing!!
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