Had to get new tyres this week so on the weekend I finished of my rear tyre by doing burnouts until it popped. Top fun I'd never done it before. My mate did a top job on the video that will only be shown privately lest my other mate who leases the building gets into trouble. So to the point. Upon arriving home I pondered how to clean up all the molten rubber off the bike. Long story short was I discovered that the miracle liquid WD40 comes through again. While you have the wheel out give everything that's covered in rubber spray a good soaking with WD40. let it soak for a bit and start wiping. Had to use a tiny bit of elbow grease in some stubborn spots but generally too easy. Got it all off to sparkling except for the really hot bits that melted themselves into the plastic. I even lube my chain with it. Requires a little extra vigilance to make sure it doesn't go dry. I've been using it for the life of the last back tyre not sure of the kms but didn't have to adjust the chain once. Bonus is it always looks as clean as it is. I use WD40 for all sorts of stuff but has anyone got any nifty uses in regards to bikes of course.