Hi. I have a '04 KLR 650. Last spring, about 6000 miles ago, i replaced the fork seals and wipers because one was leaking. OEM parts. All stock fork setup. I have been hitting the fire trails pretty hard lately, and the bike was pretty crusty with clay. After a cleanup, I find both forks are leaking BAD. I twisted off the fork boots and crud is caked in there on top of the seals. What I am wondering is, what would be a good way to clean the crap out of there without having compressed air. There is a fork brace on there. I am hoping to try the 35mm film method of cleaning these fork seals. 35mm film kind of went the way of free gas station maps. Hard to find. What else can I use? About the process of working this film down in there between the fork and the seal. Do I have to remove the retaining ring and wiper first? New fork seals won't be the end of the world, but I have enough on my plate right now. Any advice would be appreciated. Thanks in advance.