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Old 09 Apr 2006, 10:18 pm
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Default Protecting Matte Black Wheels

I just ordered a set of wheels in a matte black finish. I don't expect to have any problem keeping them clean with just plain car soap and water. However, I'd like to protect them with a polish/wax/whatever that won't alter the matte black finish by making it too shiny. Any suggestions?

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Old 09 Apr 2006, 11:07 pm
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im not sure how or if wax or polish will work on the matte finish[:I] im sure gary will chime in with an answer for ya
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Old 10 Apr 2006, 08:27 am
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Nova69 (by the way I had a 69 chevelle) for your wheels, go to my web site www.perfectautofinish.com and try the poly seal, it will protect the wheels from brake dust and other road contaminants, while you are there, please visit, glad you stopped by. Gary
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Old 10 Apr 2006, 09:39 am
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quote:Originally posted by turbomangt

Nova69 (by the way I had a 69 chevelle) for your wheels, go to my web site www.perfectautofinish.com and try the poly seal, it will protect the wheels from brake dust and other road contaminants, while you are there, please visit, glad you stopped by. Gary
Thanks, Gary.

I already have and use your Polyseal. I just wanted to be sure that whatever i used wouldn't "shine up" the matte finish so much that it wasn't matte any more.

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