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Old 02-22-2004, 01:25 AM   #1
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wheel cleaner, please help

i have a set of polished wheels, but they have some spots on them that do not come off. besides getting the wheels repolished, is there any other chemicals out there that i can use on the wheels that will remove these spots? i tried mothers mag polish and that did not really help. i am looking for like a professional grade cleaner. anyone know of any and where i can purchase the product? TIA
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i had the same problem on my last set of rims. i had to get the lips repolished.
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Old 02-22-2004, 10:44 AM   #3
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Quick answer P21S wheel gel... it is pH nuetral and gets everything off. IF my car goes 2 or 3 weeks without a wash i sometimes have to do em twice, but the stuff wurks great. I also just ordered wheelwax from www.autowerks.com its on sale there. Supposedly it creates a nice barrier that blocks the breakdust off the rims by 50%
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