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    I've all but finished my autoglym alloy wheel cleaner and have no complaints really but I just wanted to know if there was any better product out there.

    I chose the autoglym as it wasn't acidic and it did a decent job so I could just buy it again but just thought I'd check with you folks first
     
     

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    i use bilberry, its very cheep and works very well
     
     

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    i use wonder wheels and that brings them up a treat


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    Quote Originally Posted by Devonlad2010 View Post
    i use wonder wheels and that brings them up a treat
    wonder wheels is very acidic, go for bilberry
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devonlad2010 View Post
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    oh dear
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by sam1832 View Post
    i use bilberry, its very cheep and works very well
    ValetPro Bilberry wheel cleaner, can't beat it

    Safe to use on all types of wheels, not acidic like other wheel cleaners. I've still got just over half of my 1 litre bottle left that I bought over a year ago. You water it down to use depending on the condition of the alloy. I normally go 1 part bilberry and 5 parts water in a trigger spray bottle (mr muscle )

    This is where I got mine from http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Valetpro-Bilbe...item19ba2abaa5
     
     

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    thanks sham at least someones talking sense, bloody wonder wheels c'mon
     
     

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    stay welllll away from wonder wheels its pure shite, recently put this on my alloys and so far its superb http://gtechniq.com/shop/3s-for-cars...-wheel-armour/

    bit of a pain to apply and get off but the end results are great
     
     

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