So I was cleaning my drivetrain tonight as I've been doing for the past couple years - basically using a chain cleaner tool to clean the chain and then removing the rear wheel, spray some simple green on the cassette and then use a cleaning brush to clean off the cassette. I'm reasonably careful when spraying on the Simple Green to keep it close to the cassette, but inevitably some must get on the brake rotors. I've never really thought about it before (and its getting late so I don't want to start thinking much right now...), so I'll throw my question out to the forum: what effect will this have on my braking performance? I don't generally rinse my rotor after I clean the cassette, so I'd have to assume that some of the degreaser is getting to the brake pads....
Mtbr's 2016 Winter Biking GearReviews and Roundups
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