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Old 02-23-2013, 12:43 PM
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Originally Posted by Grubrunner View Post
You know, these are the second pair of the same wheel/tire combo I've owned in the last two vehicles, so I'm a little familar with them. They are not the esiest wheels to keep clean, but they are FAR from the worst I've seen/had.

I really had no major issue cleaning them before BUT I'm always open to suggestions, so please tell.

Well when I bought mine they already had miles and wear on them.

Meguiar's - Hot Rims Chrome Wheel Cleaner.
Part Number: G14024

When I got my rims they looked horrible. I sprayed them down with this and within 3-4 sprays they looked brand new. Just make sure not to get it on your hands, it'll literally burn the snot out of them. It will burn your nose and make your eyes water just spraying it. But it literally makes them sparkle like new. Just spray on, let sit for 30 seconds (I think) and then powerwash off.. It took surface rust, decay, brake dust, and mud right off without rubbing at all.

Note: If you leave on to long i think it could damage them, so make sure to pay attention when using!
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