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My truck is 6 months old and the backside of the front rims are filthy. They look bad. I know that it is caused by brake dust. Is there any strong cleaners that will make it easier to clean without having to scrub the crap out of them and taking a chance of cutting my hands all up by reaching on the backside of the rims. Thanks in advance.
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My truck is 6 months old and the backside of the front rims are filthy. They look bad. I know that it is caused by brake dust. Is there any strong cleaners that will make it easier to clean without having to scrub the crap out of them and taking a chance of cutting my hands all up by reaching on the backside of the rims. Thanks in advance.
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Spray n Rinse is a really strong cleaner. Premium Blue is also pretty stout. Go w/ one of these. Prespray the rims and allow to dwell for a short time. Grab an ez detail brush, and get it soapy. Clean the inside of the rim. Using a zymol wheel brush and either a microfiber towel or wash mitt, clean the face of the rim.
Thats going to be the easiest way of doing it and using these tools wont tear up your hands either :)
http://www.glimmerglassdetailing.com/ezdetailbrush.html
http://www.glimmerglassdetailing.com/zywhbr.html
http://www.glimmerglassdetailing.com/wheel-engine--all-purpose-cleaners.html
 

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If your wheels are new, get them protected first, then as long as you clean them frequently, you can either use a mild cleaner like p21s or just soapy water to do the trick.
 

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If your wheels are new, get them protected first, then as long as you clean them frequently, you can either use a mild cleaner like p21s or just soapy water to do the trick.
well I have all the stuff coming from you and Im going to order new lugs and stuff so when all of it comes in I will take them off and clean them and then put sealent on them and then just clean them when I have too. Thanks again chris.:shake:
 
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