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Old November 23rd, 2018, 01:30 AM   #2
GraySk8ter
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Default Never hurt mine

I have used Goo Gone many times and never had a problem. But it is important to remove all the Goo Gone with clear water after the cleaning. I use paper towel wet with tap water to do the job.

Just remember: do not use metal objects to remove the gunk from the wheels. You could create a flat spot. Recently I had a lot of gunk that would not come off completely(even using Goo Gone). The gunk was in the tread of the wheel(they are new) and I couldn't get enough pressure into the grove to remove the crap. I ended up using my Dremel with a brush wheel (not a metal brush). Result: clean wheels with no flat spots.

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