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Old 06-13-2012, 05:58 PM
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I purchased a set of chrome clads from a member on another forum, had them on the truck for a week, cleaned them once before selling and buying the R/T wheels. I noticed there was some brake dust stains/pits/tarnish inbetween the spokes and in the corners. I used Dawn dish soap (added more than normal) and a wheel brush and gave them a real good cleaning. Removed 98% of the brake stains/pitting/tarnish. After that a quick wipe down with some chrome cleaner polish and they looked brand new. Once you clean your wheels you should seal them with a wheel polish/sealant or a coat of wax. Might wear off pretty quick due to the heat and wheel cleaning products, but should last 3-4 weeks. Makes cleaning way easier, then just reapply after each wash.
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