I'm still riding these days despite the cold. My rule of thumb has been to keep riding until the salt is spread out on the roads. Problem for me is that I went riding to work one day only to find myself riding through salt
Since I don't have the ability to rinse off the bike at my work, I had to leave the salt water sitting on the metal and now there's evidence of salt corrosion on the rear axle bolt, adjuster bolt, rear brake line banjos, and rear brake master cylinder adjuster bolts among other various parts.
Is there a special chemical that I can use to clean that shiz off? Or do i need to scratch it off with some abrasive pad or something?