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I bought some Meguiar's D143 to try and reading the back of the bottle it said don't use on bare aluminum or painted brake parts. So naturally I took my wheels off yesterday for a full clean and just wiped my red calipers with a micro fiber cloth.... they came clean very easily because they're ceramic coated.

Anyway, has anyone used this stuff on their painted calipers? Being non acid I thought it would be safe for just about anything.

I wasn't overly impressed with it because it took quite a bit of brush work to get them clean. I'll probably go back to Adam's or Chemical Guys for some cleaner.

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But has anyone used the Meguiar's on their painted brake parts?
 

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Good to know, thanks.

I usually tale my wheels off once per season to get a thorough clean but it's a pain in the ass :D
 
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