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    I got Auto Glym Clean Wheels and that's good enough for me.
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe9087 View Post
    I got Auto Glym Clean Wheels and that's good enough for me.
    thats what i ALMOST bought in halfords but then had a change of heart! so much choice!! lol
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    Well my dad gets some alloy cleaner that they use at work on stainless steel and metal work. Get it in 2 litre containers and dilutes 10:1, ive just a clear plastic container so i cant tell you what the solution actually is, but spray it on leave for 30 secs and jet wash off, then just go over his wheels with a jay cloth and they come out shining! great stuff been using it for the past 6 weeks every other day when i get the chance on an old alloy wheel in the garage, just to make sure it isnt going to strip anything off and so far so good. I used to use wonder wheels neat untill i put it in a metal container like at the chinese, left it in over night by accident and it dissolved the metal so i used to dilute it 2:1 just means you have a little bit more hardwork!
    None of the ideas expressed above are actually mine. They are told to me by Luthor and Ferdinand, the five inch tall space aliens who live under my desk. In return for these ideas, I have given them permission to eat any dust bunnies they may find under there.
     
     

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