What can I use on the rear sprocket of my bike to get all the nasty chain wax and brake dust off without screwing up the swingarm or rim finish? I tried to use WD40, but the crap on there is too sticky! If you have any ideas, please share.
i've used chain wax since day one. i never cleaned my rear sprocket area til i noticed (in a picture) that it was COMPLETLY black back there. i went to the ole standby - Honda Spray Cleaner & Polish - and now i just have to clean it every now and then. still using the wax, btw.
go to yourl local dealer and get a Grunge Brush! It is the perfect shape for cleaning chains and it sometimes comes with a chain cleaner. That happens to be a citrus type cleaner which works well. Also Simple Green, Castrol Super Clean or Purple Power will take that crap right off.
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