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Help with cleaning a carbon seat tube

Old 01-20-22, 03:18 PM
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Help with cleaning a carbon seat tube

Iíve finally managed to remove a very stuck dropper post from my carbon Whyte frame this evening. It took many days of being soaked in ACF-50 put in from the BB and a lot of patience. Now that I have removed the seat post; I have ordered a new dropper, however the seat tube really needs to be cleaned out as I think there will be a lot of corrosion in there. Has anybody got any tips for this please?
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