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    whats the best way to clean alloys,i have dark patches in the corners thanks for your help.rick

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    im sure i replied to this post but i used t cut scratch remover mate just rub into the alloy wheel, all of it then wipe of, worse areas just rub in , in a circular motion then rub of and you will be amazed at the difference after, my wheels looked brand new

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    very cherry ive heard is used on wheels and is my next purchase from www.autobritedirect.co.uk

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    rolleyes

    just use tfr and a wee brush spray it on then use the brush to agatat it then blast it of

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    I use Billberry wheel cleaner to clean the wheels, which is non acidic, then treat them with Chemical Guys Wheel Guard.

    Keeps them clean and makes cleaning them so much easier.

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