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    Quote Originally Posted by big sig View Post
    No not without waxing them afterwards.
    Try some of this : http://www.autobritedirect.co.uk/sho...oducts_id=2076
    Thats what I use now after discarding my wonder wheels. Not as effective on caked on debris, but great otherwise.
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    wonder wheels destroyed my last alloys tho they wer slightley damaged hence the cleaner possibly pentrated them....i had read in a detailing book not to use these types off wheel cleaner s i would steer clear..try wot the other lads say...then coat them with rimwax as this helps stop the brakedust sticking to your wheels..
     
     

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    If you give your wheels a good coating of 100% wax then buff them up then you will not need to use any of that acid shit on your wheels when your cleaning them and you wont get any staining, do the alloys every 6 mths and they will stay good as new
     
     

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    Thank God for this forum and the knowledgable people on it! That stuff is staying in the box! Thanks for all the replies and discussion.
     
     

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