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Old 11 Jan 2008, 06:21 am
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Default Best methods of keeping/cleaning oem alloys

Chemicals!types of brushes!coatings!

I know some are obviosly better thans others and up until now i have just been using fairy liquid and all surface cleaner..and ye it works..but am obviously thinking that the majority use/buy something better more surface efficient !

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Old 11 Jan 2008, 09:06 am
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i use a brake dust remover but i dont think there is a magic solution out there you still have to get down there and still scrubb
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Old 11 Jan 2008, 11:10 am
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I never use anything but soap made especially for cars, soft sponges and micro-fiber towels.

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Old 11 Jan 2008, 12:11 pm
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I agree with CREWZIN, all I use is MEGUIAR'S car wash only. I think some people put to many polishes and sprays on chrome. It builds up and in my opinion dulls the shine over time. Just my opinion. These wheels have been on the car for about 3-1/2 years and shine like crazy. I also use micro fibers to dry, but I use a casmere mitt to wash.
PS The best thing I did to keep my rims looking great is to change the pads to rebestos ceramic pads. It is unreal how little dust comes from them, as a matter of fact I get none to speak of.

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