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grrrrrr :mad: :mad:
not sure what they have been doing, but its been leaving a fine dust
everywhere. today, it just happened to rain enough to turn it into a
fine white paste, especially in the tunnels.
covering the bike and my leathers. can't wipe it off with a rag because
its like a polishing compound, very gritty.

I thought road crews were supposed to clean up after themselves?
 

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grrrrrr :mad: :mad:
not sure what they have been doing, but its been leaving a fine dust
everywhere. today, it just happened to rain enough to turn it into a
fine white paste, especially in the tunnels.
covering the bike and my leathers. can't wipe it off with a rag because
its like a polishing compound, very gritty.

I thought road crews were supposed to clean up after themselves?
That's funny.
And it is snowing here today...:lol: :lol: springtime in the rockies...my least favorite time of year.:lol:
 

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grrrrrr :mad: :mad:
not sure what they have been doing, but its been leaving a fine dust
everywhere. today, it just happened to rain enough to turn it into a
fine white paste, especially in the tunnels.
covering the bike and my leathers. can't wipe it off with a rag because
its like a polishing compound, very gritty.

I thought road crews were supposed to clean up after themselves?
I just checked to see what was going on with I-90. Washington DOT has nothing indicated on I-90 in the area of the Mt. Baker tunnels. The only thing that I can think of is some kind of spillage of dry cement powder from one of those large carriers.
 

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nope, definatly road work. it looks like they are drilling holes about 3" square and filling with concrete. lots of them.

east side of 405
 

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Yikes.. thats gotta suck.. glad I only have to deal with hwy 522 and hwy 2. They may be death traps, but at least I'll die clean. :lol:
 

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Only suggestion I have for cleaning is enough water to dilute it so it wont scratch. And then get after the leathers with like Mink oil or saddle soap. Good luck.
 
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