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Thread: Dirty wheels

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    Smile Dirty wheels

    I'm not the biggest fan of ArmorAll products but they have a new Wheel Protectant out that really works. Follow the instructions on the container and the brake dust and other dirt does not stick to the wheels. I suggest going to their web site and watching the video. I have been using it for a couple of months now. Pretty cool product.

    Pandaman,

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    Very cool video demonstration. Can we spray the whole car with it??? Can I spray the dog??

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    Thanks for the recommendation!

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    Thanks! I am running out tomorrow and picking up a can as I am planning to line up the cars and wash them.
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    If 3 cars or more you may want to get two cans.

    Panda

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    Very cool! I'm going to run out and get some.

    I need to read this forum more regularly.

    Thanks so much for the tip.

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    Having multiple German vehicles, this might be a solution worth trying. I currently use a high pressure electric hose sprayer and direct in only at the wheels, with a quick wipe down after. It's good at getting the wheels clean, including the inside of the wheel, but doesn't keep the wheels clean while on longer excursions. It's worth investigating.

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    I use it and it works great. Be sure your wheels are super clean before applying and allow to air dry completely before touching the wheel.
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