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How To: Stop "Rust Dust" on Brake Rotors after Washing Car

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Old 10-07-2013, 10:50 AM
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Have you ever said to yourself "how come I didn't think of that?"...that's exactly what crossed my mind the first time I heard about Hyde's Serum Rust Stopper.

Hyde’s Serum Rust Stopper puts an end to a common problem that plagues every detailer and car care enthusiast after a car wash – rusty brake rotors! Through the use of advanced chemistry, Hyde’s Serum Rust Stopper blankets your brake rotors in a protective film that prevents “rust dust” – the initial brake dust on clean wheels that occurs after washing. Application is as simple as spraying on and walking away!

“Rust” and “detail” are two words that should never be used in the same sentence. Unfortunately, those words go together more often than they should because as every detailer and car care enthusiast has experienced, brake rotors often form light surface rust after being cleaned. Hyde’s Serum Rust Stopper is the solution that you’ve been dreaming of!

How to use Hyde's Serum Rust Stopper

Hyde's Serum Rust Stopper is exceptionally easy to use. Application is straightforward - no lengthy instructions to memorize.

First, start off with a dirty wheel. Check out the heavy brake dust build up on this Pontiac G6!






Wolfgang Uber Wheel Cleaner to the rescue! Wolfgang Uber Wheel Cleaner is a pH-balanced, acid-free wheel cleaner that is designed to remove caked on brake dust and road grime with minimal effort required from YOU. Wolfgang Uber Wheel Cleaner does more than clean wheels - it dissolves iron particles, leaving your wheels squeaky clean. What's really cool is how it changes colors from clear to red as it comes into contact with iron particles. Best of all, Wolfgang Uber Wheel Cleaner is safe on ALL wheel finishes.

Application is as simple as spraying on, letting it dwell for a couple minutes, and agitating with your favorite wheel brush.




"Bleeding effect" shows you that it's working!






After letting Uber Wheel Cleaner dwell on the surface for a couple minutes, I used the Daytona Speed Master Wheel Brush to clean the wheel barrel and in between each individual spoke. The Daytona Speed Master Wheel Brush and its flexible stem with thousands of chemical-resistant bristles make cleaning hard to reach areas a breeze.






To clean the face of the wheel, I used the Montana Boar's Hair 8 Inch Wheel Brush. This particular brush is super soft, making it an ideal choice for scratch-sensitive finishes. The bristles are flagged at the end, enabling maximum agitation.




After a thorough rinsing, it was time to apply Hyde's Serum Rust Stopper! While the rotors were still wet, I applied an even coat of Hyde's Serum Rust Stopper. Any overspray was removed with a Microfiber All Purpose & Wheel Detailing Towel.






This is what your brake rotors would normally look like after washing your wheels....




This is what a brake rotor looks like after Hyde's Serum Rust Stopper was applied....




If you're sick and tired of rusty brake rotors taking away from the appearance of your freshly-cleaned vehicle, pick up a bottle of Hyde's Serum Rust Stopper. This acid-free, pH-balanced solution is safe and effective on all brake systems - over spray will not damage brake components or delicate wheel finishes.

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Hyde's Serum Rust Stopper

Wolfgang Uber Wheel Cleaner

Daytona Speed Master Wheel Brush

8 inch Montana Original Boar’s Hair Wheel Brush

Microfiber All Purpose & Wheel Detailing Towel
 
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Old 10-08-2013, 09:53 AM
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