When mudding around here I get a mixture of mud and organic matter impacted all up in my calipers. It's pretty much impossible to get out by just blasting it with a garden hose. I'd leave it in except the particular make up of this mud makes my brakes squeek like hell. I pretty much have to give myself a brake job minus the new pads to get it all cleaned up. Even then this mud leaves a tenacious film on everything and the brakes can still squeek. I'm wondering if anyone has a trick for blasting out the mud. A special nozzle ? What about removing the thin film of mud from the brake and disk surface. Maybe some sort of cleaner? Standard brake cleaner doesn't do much for the mud. What about running without the inner disk guards? Would make it easier to clean inner disk surface.