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    Well the alloys have finaly been purchased and after being on for a few days they are already looking manky, what would be best for cleaning them? don;t want to ruin them and a recomendation for sealing them

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    I'd recommend Poorboys wheel sealent. Great stuff.
    Did you get the toyo's and a discount

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    Quote Originally Posted by shan View Post
    I'd recommend Poorboys wheel sealent. Great stuff.
    Did you get the toyo's and a discount
    I got the Konig wheels http://www.wheel-base.co.uk/proddetail.asp?prod=Unknown instead of the copy ones (league) http://www.wheel-base.co.uk/proddeta...190SILVERBLACKwhich should have been £800 with toyos for £600 well when I say I, I mean swmbo did so she does have a use after all

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    They both look the same to me
    Just cos the wife bought them doesn't mean she can curb them

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    Get some AutoBrite Brite Wheels on them to get them clean now. Then Chemical Guys Wheel Sealant, then they'll just wash off with soapy water

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    Quote Originally Posted by shan View Post
    They both look the same to me
    Just cos the wife bought them doesn't mean she can curb them
    they are the same mate, but for whatever reason with the name Konig on they are dearer... if she kerbs them she dies

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    Take the wheels off and Megs APC to clean them then 2 coats of Poorboys wheel sealant.

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    Any of the newer wheel cleaners like brite wheels or Bilberry are great for regular use, you can seal the wheels with poorboys wheel sealent and then you should be able to clean them with your regular shampoo and a washmitt but use a seperate bucket and mitt for your wheels and never use them on the paint so you don't transfer brake dust to the paint.

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    cheers lads.... full side pic

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    suits the car nicely............just needs a bit of lowering now

    parking on kerbs not a good idea

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