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Old 05-05-2005, 06:22 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Does anybody know of a wheel cleaner that actually works? I'm tired of wasting my money on products that take little to no brake dust off the wheels. I know that there is know product that will do the whole job for me, but I'm angry because the last 6 products i've bought have done basically nothing to my wheels.
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Palmolive and Dawn dish soaps :P They work really well, they get off the road tar and stuff. I just use a dirty old rag and some soapy water and my rims end up looking new
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Palmolive and Dawn dish soaps :P They work really well, they get off the road tar and stuff. I just use a dirty old rag and some soapy water and my rims end up looking new
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Does anybody know of a wheel cleaner that actually works? I'm tired of wasting my money on products that take little to no brake dust off the wheels. I know that there is know product that will do the whole job for me, but I'm angry because the last 6 products i've bought have done basically nothing to my wheels.
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