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Old 05-28-13, 07:44 AM   #2
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carboman has a little shameless behaviour in the past
There's no easy way to remove and prevent this. Best I've found is to use a small brass bristle brush to remove the buildup and then wipe the part down with a rag that you've sprayed with WD-40. That will help prevent the buildup from returning too quickly. If you want help with this you're welcome to come by. I'm always up for an afternoon of mini brush and Q-Tip detailing

Harbor Freight has the brushes for under 50 cents

You'd have to remove each component, disassemble it, polish it and clear coat it to completely prevent this from happening.
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