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Normfest MC-1 Brake Cleaner 500ml - BARGAIN £1.83 Delivered @ Euro Car Parts
Normfest MC-1 Brake Cleaner 500ml - BARGAIN £1.83 Delivered @ Euro Car Parts

Normfest MC-1 Brake Cleaner 500ml - BARGAIN £1.83 Delivered @ Euro Car Parts

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This is great for cleaning virtually anything, we even used it at work for cleaing white boards as it's the only thing that easily gets rid of permanent marker....

CLEANS ANYTHING STUBBORN

I also use this for cleaning tools as gets rid of oil, grease etc literally everything...

Has a million uses....

You'd be lucky to find this for under £6 in a car shop so at this price it's CRAZY CHEAP

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Original Poster Banned

can't get the link to work but voted hot as I wan't some

now working thanks

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[*]You should always seek immediate medical attention if you are exposed to harmful substances found in brake cleaner.If brake cleaner comes in contact with your eyes, flush eyes with water for 15 minutes or more. If it comes in contact with your skin, remove all contaminated shoes and clothing. Wash skin with soap and water. Do not reuse clothing if it is severely contaminated. If you inhale brake cleaner, go outside or somewhere where there is fresh air. If you ingest brake cleaner, do not induce vomiting. If vomiting occurs, keep your head below your hips to prevent the lungs from aspirating.[/LIST][CENTER][SIZE=7][COLOR=red]IGNORE AT YOUR PERIL![/COLOR][/SIZE][/CENTER]

Good spot mate, ordered 3 cans. Hot for me.:thumbsup:

Would this be any good on brakes discs that haven't been used for 9 months+ ?

Not a bad price, but prefer the STP brand, it really shifts the deposits that build up.

toolstation.com/sho…879 400ml £1.86 @ toolstation for anyone who can't get to a Euro Car Parts.

gal2792t;7796962

Would this be any good on brakes discs that haven't been used for 9 … Would this be any good on brakes discs that haven't been used for 9 months+ ?



If the discs are on a car, just drive the car and keep braking (ensuring nothing is behind you of course). That should clean them up. Although they may well be pitted and fail an MOT.

rizla01;7796810

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[/LIST]Brake cleaner is just like Xylene thinners in a spray can. It's not all that dangerous as you make out unless you intentionally inhale and spray it on your skin like you're using Lynx.

Got a new set of discs ready to go and need some to clean em up before installing.

Cheers

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anewman;7797245

http://www.toolstation.com/shop/Automotive/Lubricants+Sprays/Brake+Cleaner+400ml/d60/sd2795/p17879 400ml £1.86 @ toolstation for anyone who can't get to a Euro Car Parts



Eh? it's delivered.....

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Any good for removing tar stains from bodywork?

"we even used it at work for cleaing white boards as it's the only thing that easily gets rid of permanent marker...."

I am not surprised. Maybe it works better if you use a little asbestos wool for applying it too? :whistling:

Never heard of COSHH assessments?
Data sheet on this page - normfest.co.uk/cms…446

Overkill is the word that comes to mind. Why use a little dab of soapy water when you can use a volatile irritant solvent! If you need a solvent, odds on something like isopropyl alcohol, glycol ether or an orange oil or banana oil cleaner will probably work wonders without totally polluting the place.

For occasional cleaning off grease from brake parts (where the idea is not to leave residue) used in the right ventilated or open location, fair enough, that's what it's for.

banerama;7798111

Any good for removing tar stains from bodywork?



Far better to use something that won't remove the paint too!

Paraffin works, or try 151 Tar remover from any "cheap" pound shop-type places... loads sell it (and their Brake cleaner too!)

151.co.uk/pdf…pdf

anewman;7797245

If the discs are on a car, just drive the car and keep braking (ensuring … If the discs are on a car, just drive the car and keep braking (ensuring nothing is behind you of course). That should clean them up. Although they may well be pitted and fail an MOT.



Nah it's for a motorbike; even more likely they'll be pitted or not?

Original Poster Banned

This should have gotten significantly hotter than this.... you can't buy it in a store for this price never mind delivered... HUKD is crazy

Hot from me :thumbsup:
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