Cadillac STS Forum - 2005 through 2012 Discussion, OIL all overtires/bakes/wheelwell removal? in Past Cadillac Vehicle Discussion; Long story short a big box truck driving down the road was leaking oil. I happened to drive in it ...
- 06-08-12 06:13 PM #1Cadillac Owners Fanatic
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OIL all overtires/bakes/wheelwell removal?
Long story short a big box truck driving down the road was leaking oil. I happened to drive in it for a few blocks until myself and other cars started sliding around.. So now my tires and wheel wells are covered in oil and most likely my brakes and what not. I made it home but I am wondering how to remove it ? should I take it to a car wash and degrease my wheels and brakes? not sure what to do or if they oil or degrease would mess up my car. Any advice would be appreciated. thanks !
- 06-08-12 07:08 PM #2Cadillac Owners Fanatic
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Re: OIL all overtires/bakes/wheelwell removal?
They use Dawn dishsoap to clean up the birds in an oil spill.. I would try that. At least it wasn't a leaking gravel hauler. You can't wash off paint chips.
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