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Old 03-25-2012, 07:03 AM   #1
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Which wheel wax for pony pckg wheels?

I used mothers chrome polish and powerball on my other car with chromes...but my new stangs wheels dont seem chrome...they have more of a brushed look...what shoild i use with the powerball? Im leaning towards meguiars products lately
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I use mothers mag and aluminum polish on my pony package wheels. Does an okay job. I would definitely try something else with a good recommendation.
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I use mothers mag and aluminum polish on my pony package wheels. Does an okay job. I would definitely try something else with a good recommendation.
What!?!? I already discussed this to an other member, but you DO NOT USE metal polish on a clear coat wheel, wash it like you would paint and for a shine use regular car wax
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Re: Which wheel wax for pony pckg wheels?

Ok, ill give the regular car wax with the powerball on the wheels, thanks. Any suggestions for the stock exhaust tips? They really protrude out the back... I wipe them down every wash with paper towels and leftover wash-soap-water
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Ok, ill give the regular car wax with the powerball on the wheels, thanks. Any suggestions for the stock exhaust tips? They really protrude out the back... I wipe them down every wash with paper towels and leftover wash-soap-water
That is fine to use the metal polish on its just SS
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Re: Which wheel wax for pony pckg wheels?

your wheels are clear coated so the metal polish wont do anything as you are not actually getting on the metal. You can clean them just like the paint.
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Ok, ill give the regular car wax with the powerball on the wheels, thanks. Any suggestions for the stock exhaust tips? They really protrude out the back... I wipe them down every wash with paper towels and leftover wash-soap-water
Nevr-dull works great on exhaust tips
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