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    what is the best wheel cleaner
    i use ag wheel cleaner at the moment not very impressed with it
    also is their any wax,polish 4 wheels

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    I buy Meg Wheel Brighter in bulk then dilute it 10:1 works a treat, spray on and power wash off...don't even have to get my hands wet ;>

    Polish poorboys wheel sealant is goo use it about every 6 weeks or so.

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    Speak to Mark at Auto-Brite,

    The best I've used is there Brite wheels, non acid and works a treat,

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    i've used loads mate and most are crap never got em perfect started using wonder wheels and still using it now about 7-8 pound you get a botte a brush and a cap to put solution into,takes bit of time but was well impressed cause my wheels get black you can get from anywhere tesco halfords

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    I got some wonder wheels from Wilkinsons before christmas, they were selling it at off at 66% reduction, got 3 lots for £7.50, does the job & very cheap what more could you want

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    Once the wheels are waxed/sealed you won't need wheel cleaner unless you do mega miles,all i use is car shampoo and the hose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by markm View Post
    Speak to Mark at Auto-Brite,

    The best I've used is there Brite wheels, non acid and works a treat,
    Ditto mate, great stuff and wont damage your wheels, but good prep will help the dirt come off when it come to cleaning them.

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    Wonder Wheels....

    Thats a swear word to some on here!!

    I use normal car shampoo and a small sponge for getting into the spokes on the wheels.

    As Tyreman says, once they are cleaned and waxed/sealed properly, you shouldnt need to do much other than clean them with normal car shampoo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigMan View Post
    Wonder Wheels....

    Thats a swear word to some on here!!

    I use normal car shampoo and a small sponge for getting into the spokes on the wheels.

    As Tyreman says, once they are cleaned and waxed/sealed properly, you shouldnt need to do much other than clean them with normal car shampoo.
    lol i used wonder wheels on a set of tsw venoms years ago and i swear it turned them green i was fuming had to t cut every spoke to get that crap off i will never ever use it again im using the megs stuff at the moment but i am going to try out the autobrite stuff in the near future

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    Quote Originally Posted by mark1319 View Post
    Ditto mate, great stuff and wont damage your wheels, but good prep will help the dirt come off when it come to cleaning them.
    I use acid free bright wheels also, great stuff. OMG Wonder Wheels , please bin it. For an off the shelf product, the Megs Hot wheels I think its called from Halfords has to be the best. Give the Autobrite stuff a go mate, dilute 10:1, I bet it'll last me years for one 5ltr tub.
    Last edited by rushy; 30th January 2008 at 23:48.

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