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eeWings – Brushed Titanium Touch Up Procedure

Required Tools

3M 96 Scotchbrite Medium Duty Scouring Pad green color, Medium Duty Scouring Pad

Recommendations and Warnings

 
Cane Creek recommends only using the scouring pad in a parallel motion to the factory brushed finish. Apply even pressure in one direction – avoid buffing in circular motions or from rubbing the scouring pad the length of the crank (spindle to pedal insert). This procedure should be done by hand only.
 

Any damage or issues resulting from improper service will not be covered by warranty. Preform this procedure at your discretion

Prepare Proper Scouring Pad

Step 1

  • We recommend the 3M 96 Scotchbrite, green color, Medium Duty Scouring Pad.
  • Cut the pad to a manageable length to prevent unwanted contact with other components. 

Identify Scuffs & Scratches

Step 2

  • Using the scouring pad gently rub the area in a parallel motion to the factory brushed finish.
  • Apply even pressure in one direction 
  • Avoid buffing in circular motions or from rubbing the scouring pad the length of the crank arm from spindle to pedal insert.

Clean - Repeat - Ride

Step 3

  • Wipe away any fingerprints or residual material left from the scoring pad with a towel
  • Repeat step two until desired result is achieved.

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Reed Mann

Design Engineer
Name: Reed Mann
Position: Design Engineer
Year started: 2022
Best part of being a part of the Cane Creek family:  It’s very refreshing to work for a small, tight-knit company where we all share the same passions and to develop new products that make cycling better for everyone.
What you’ll find me doing on the weekends: Obviously riding bikes, but also wrenching on bikes or cars, exploring the mountains, and watching F1 races.
How I got here (at Cane Creek): Feeling pretty unfulfilled with a corporate engineering job, I happened to see that Cane Creek was hiring. I jumped at the opportunity to get my hands dirty working on the latest bike tech and was fortunate enough to be offered the position.