How to Remove Brake Dust Shields?

Answer Brake dust shields are inserted on the inside of wheels to prevent their discoloration from brake dust that gets emitted from disc brakes. They are vented with a directional pattern, so they won't ... Read More »

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How to Replace the Rear Brake Dust Shields on a 2000 Chevy Silverado 1500?

The rear brake dust shield on the 2000 Chevy Silverado 1500 bolts behind the wheel to the rear axle housing. As you press on your brakes, the material used to manufacture the brake pads turns to du... Read More »

Do Wheel Dust Shields Damage Your Car?

As drivers break-in their vehicles, material in the brake pads gradually wears off and can collect on the wheels. In hot temperatures, this material becomes dried onto the wheel surface, often caus... Read More »

How to Remove Baked-on Brake Dust?

The brake rotor wearing away the brake lining causes brake dust. Brake pads are made of carbon fibers, metal filings and adhesives. Adhesive is acidic in nature and will cling to the metal filings ... Read More »

How to Remove Brake Dust From Tire Rims?

Brake dust is unsightly, and if left uncleaned, it can pit into your expensive wheels. If your vehicle has special rims with clear-coat finish, you should thoroughly clean your wheels with noncorro... Read More »