I pulled the weight out of the solution and used a garden hose with a spray nozzle on it to wash the part off. The water was cold and my experience has shown that that definitely reduces the water's ability to wash off GreaseMaster, but it came off easily anyway. As you can see, the dirt was removed as well. I did notice a slightly oily film left on the side that was covered in the gear oil, and decided to test it with some GreaseMaster sprayed on and brushed with a nylon bristled detail brush, followed by wiping it clean to remove the excess GreaseMaster and then finished by washing it off in warm water. Photo: Ryan King, 2006.
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