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Old 01-25-2005, 11:17 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I'm a proud owner of a 2005 325Ci Coupe. I got it on January 3rd and it is simply amazing, I love it!

It's silver with a grey interior.

I've been reading alot of posts and wanted to comment about the brake dust. From what I have seen so far, it seems like the alloy wheels that come with the sport package (5-spoke, star design) do not get as dirty as the double spoke design.

I have been cleaning my wheels just with soap and water, along with a sponge and mit. Seems to work fine because I clean them about once a week, I guess it really depends on your mileage.

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Hi and !

Congrats on the new purchase of your car. Its lookin fantastic!

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I have been cleaning my wheels just with soap and water, along with a sponge and mit. Seems to work fine because I clean them about once a week, I guess it really depends on your mileage.
You better keep those rims clean!! Lol
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Nice Ride, and to the forums, here's is a little tipe on keeping the durst from your rims use something called: Bluemagic - Metal poliush cream on them like once a month or once every other month. It will reduce the amount of brake dust that reminas on your rims
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Nice Ride, and to the forums, here's is a little tipe on keeping the durst from your rims use something called: Bluemagic - Metal poliush cream on them like once a month or once every other month. It will reduce the amount of brake dust that reminas on your rims
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Thanks man, where can I get that cream from ?
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Nice Ride, and to the forums, here's is a little tipe on keeping the durst from your rims use something called: Bluemagic - Metal poliush cream on them like once a month or once every other month. It will reduce the amount of brake dust that reminas on your rims
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Oh, and having ceramic brake pads also helps a lot, bcs I have that cream on my rims and I use cermaic brake pads, I mean, i rarely see brake dust on my rims...
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one question, why is the bimmer outside and the caddy in the garage???
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still, i think the bimmer should be in the garage!!!
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Very nice ride I am jealous, I wish mine was still new. Welcome to the forum
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