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Martinracing98

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Does anyone do anything special when storing brake rotors to keep them from rusting?



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Organic Avacado oil.

 

Kidding.

 

You can rub them and wrap with wax paper.  Brake clean will remove it later. 


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I have not tried this myself, but I have heard of others using something like Fluid Film to cover during storage. Clean off with brake clean before using.

 

https://www.fluid-film.com/


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https://www.amsoil.c.../?code=AMHSC-EA

 

clean with brake clean. 


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Does anyone do anything special when storing brake rotors to keep them from rusting?

 

Move to California or Arizona :)


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