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    I have recently had my wheels refurbished and was looking at getting some wheel wax has anyone got any experience of using this and any recommendations as i have not used it before.
     
     

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    I use the wax that i do the car with but i wouldnt mind knowing if theres any other heavy duty stuff for wheels or not as when i get mine refurbed wanna make sure they get the correct treatment.


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    I bought rim wax, load of rubbish

    its like a pink colour and i had pink stuff on my wheels for ages after it was really hard to buff off

    I just use the same wax i do the car in, collinite
    its very good on the wheels, its stops the dust from sticking as hard and protects them pretty good too
     
     

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