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Old 12-04-2013, 08:54 AM   #1
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Cleaning my rims

Have black powdercoated rims and there starting to get spots on them I always use soap and water to clean them but I was wondering if there was a wheel cleaning product that would help clean them good without damaging them
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Have black powdercoated rims and there starting to get spots on them I always use soap and water to clean them but I was wondering if there was a wheel cleaning product that would help clean them good without damaging them
When I'm in the mood I use my detailing spray after cleaning them I believe it keeps the shine longer IMO
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I use only Croftgate Tire Shine...safe for all wheels and tires...including powder coated.
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