Parts Cleaner B.K. 1 vs. Aerosol Spray Cans:
spray cans are expensive - If only 4 ounces are used on each wheel to
wet, clean and rinse the brake area, it would take one full can (16 ozs.)
of cleaner for each brake job. At $3.50 per can it would cost $525.00 to
do 150 vehicles.
Features and Benefits:
B.K. 1 provides the latest advances in chemistry
to reduce the cost of controlling hazardous
fibres during brake and clutch repairs while
offering the best in environmental protection
for the installer, and liability protection for
the shop owner.
based products can not be used when cleaning or
inspecting the rear brake lining (where most of
the dust is collected) since the lining may
absorb some of the solvent, rendering the lining
not reusable. Petroleum based solvents are not
recommended for brake inspections since the
petroleum distillates are known to damage brake
parts and friction materials. B.K. 1 does not
compromise the integrity of the lining and
provides unmatched performance when cleaning
brakes for inspection.