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agreed, chemical guys is the way to go, otherwise i use maximizer, 1 gallon for 13 dollars, will clean wheels, wheel wells, undercarrige, floor mats, tires, stuff works wonders on white vehicles if you dilute it
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I detail cars as a side job and I use alot of Zaino and Surf City garage products. As for wheel cleaner Surf City Garage Beyond Steel Wheel Cleaner. Its safe for all wheel types which saves from buying multiple products. Kind of pricey $13 for 24oz, and $25 for the 2liter refill but its well worth it.
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I use Meguiars Hot Wheels all finish cleaner first, then wipe them down with microfiber towels to make sure they are dry and don't water spot.
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I use Meguiars Hot Wheels all finish cleaner first, then wipe them down with microfiber towels to make sure they are dry and don't water spot.
That's what I found works best. Spray it on, wipe the wheel down with a microfiber and spray. Works really well.
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I use Meguiars Hot Wheels all finish cleaner first, then wipe them down with microfiber towels to make sure they are dry and don't water spot.
+1 on on Meguiars products. I love them. I have the chrome clad wheels and always just wash and dry them just like I would the paint. I then spray on the Meguiars quick wax, let it dry and buff to a brilliant shine.
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Are you referring to the stuff in the hot pink bottle?
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