And the rubber compounds used on brake components are pretty high grade. Resistant to quite a bit of nasty things I'd suspect, especially considering what they're exposed to on a daily basis (heat, chemicals, road derbis, etc.)
__________________ Rollin' on 17's yo. Cause I'm hard like that.
Has nothing to do with brakes. Don't mean to thread jack.
But is it okay to use a brake cleaner on the rear exhaust tips on the TL. When I got my TL cleaned on the inside by a mobile detailer, I asked about the exhaust tips being really dirty so is there anything I can buy something at a store to clean them.
He said you can use brake cleaner, But you have to quickly wipe off once sprayed since it breaks down the gunk really fast and can damage the tips finish. ??
Its like another $65 bucks to do a thorough exterior cleaning etc. tips, tires, engine bay, chrome wheels and wheel well cleaning. I didnt want to pay an additional cost for all this extra service when I already do it on my own. MINUS the tips.
Bar Keepers friend took too long when I first tried it and didnt like the results, want something a bit faster than breaks down all that stuff inside the tips.
2011 Acura MDX / Tech / Advance Running Boards (DD)
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2005 Acura TL / w/Navi (SOLD)
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