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Lastly, please ensure you dispose of your used chemicals, oils and fuels in an environmentally responsible manner. Most Auto Parts stores and service stations will accept used oil and lubricants, tires and batteries, please check for your local availability.
NOTE - you will be generating up to a pint or so of waste brake fluid, please ensure you dispose of in an environmentally responsible manner.
RECYCLE NOTE: for proper disposal of waste fluid please refer to this link to find approved recycling centers in your area http://earth911.com/ - special thanks to Ted for providing the link.
NOTE - you will be working near and with brake dust, recommend that you use gloves to protect your hands and a dust mask to protect your lungs.
NOTE - brake fluid DAMAGES paint - please ensure all work areas are properly protected in the event of a spill
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