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    Default getting glue off alloys

    not my snowies thankfully but on the o5 astra we also have, there seems to be some of the glue they use when fitting tyres on the alloys which isnt shifting easily, anyone know of a product or any tips for getting it off please?

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    Nitromors should do the trick..........


    Only joking! On a serious note, White spirits or trafic film remover should do it without harming the alloys

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    erm... think i just used some shampoo (of the car variety not head and shoulders!)

    If not try some tar remover or one of the options above...


    Oh and dont forget to apply a good amount of elbow grease aswell

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    Soak in TFR leave to dwell for a few minutes then pressure wash off, if you don't have any TFR you can use whatever you use to clean your wheels.


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    lmao

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    lol.

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    Iron X may work.

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