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Old 02-23-2013, 12:49 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.

opti coat them...then they will clean with soap and water...and maybe even a good burst with water only.

if your not into opticoat, but still looking for great protection, collonite 845.

for cleaning dirty brake dust caked rims (typically un protected), sonax wheel cleaner or p21s wheel cleaning gel...best products.
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