Clutch dust , how to clean......

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Peteolheadz100

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What is good to use to clean the clutch / bell unit from all that tacky dust? Break cleaner?? Simple green? Trying to see whats safe to use that wont damage shoes etc.....since the clutch needs to engage properly i don't want to second guess anything
 

John Parks

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I use brake cleaner when I have the clutch bell off, then I make sure I use a microfiber towel to wipe it off after. Never had an issue, I'm not sure I would clean it while it's on just because the clutch pads could absorb anything you put on it.
 
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Compressed air works good, just remember its like brake dust so do it outside with ventilation.
 
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