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    Washed my 525D M sport for the first time today and found getting into the spokes on the wheels a bit of a pain any easy tips for cleaning this bit please.
    cheers in advance
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave F View Post
    Washed my 525D M sport for the first time today and found getting into the spokes on the wheels a bit of a pain any easy tips for cleaning this bit please.
    cheers in advance
    I use a babys bottle cleaning brush ( belive it or not ) It gets into the spokes spot on
     
     

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    If your really anal bootlaces to get in all the narrowest points of the spokes
     
     

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    I use Bilberry wheel cleaner which is awesome when sprayed on, with a wheel brush that came with it... Looks like a pastry/basting brush.

    Works a treat.
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by SlowTech View Post
    If your really anal bootlaces to get in all the narrowest points of the spokes
     
     

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    i use bilberry to clean,

    and use a few brushes:
    Ez brush (small one) http://www.cleanyourcar.co.uk/wheels.../prod_581.html
    wheel brush http://www.cleanyourcar.co.uk/wheels.../prod_524.html
    a tooth brush

    i also use a sponge aswell on the wheels
     
     

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