In Valor There Is Hope
I recently ceramic coated my brand new set of American Force Grip's. They were mounted on the tires and then coated before ever being installed on the truck. The kit and product seems great, HOWEVER after driving through several rainy days I've noticed some water spots that I just can't get off. Also some of the brake dust/dirt stains i'm unable to get off. I'd say 90% of the crap I can get off. I called and spoke to two different guys and each gave me different things to try. First I was told to try detail spray and waterless wash (which helped somewhat, but not 100%), and if that didn't work to clay bar the wheels. When I called to order the clay bay I was told not to use it because it's too abrasive and could pull off the coating. I was told to instead use brilliant glaze, which I did (and it did not help). I was going to try #2 metal polish lightly by hand but was told not to. I'm a perfectionist when it comes to my billet wheels so the water spots are killing me. I also have spent literally thousands on Adams Products and don't want to buy a bunch of stuff I don't need/that won't work. I'm wondering what to do to get these stains off the wheels. Here are some pictures of what i'm talking about.