Keep those new wheels and rims clean
The best way to take care of wheels without damaging their protective finish is by frequently washing them with a mild Detergent or car wash solution such as Mothers California Gold Car Wash, Meguiar's Deep Crystal Car Wash or one of the other detergents or car wash solution we recommend in our product review article detergents and car wash for your wheels and rims.
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|Once your new wheels and tires are installed, step back and take a good look. They look great now, but unfortunately, over time your wheels are often the dirtiest part of your vehicle.
Have you ever noticed that the front wheels of many cars and trucks on the road appear dirtier than the back wheels of the very same car or truck. This is caused by the accumulation of brake dust as heated dust particles from brake pads bombard the wheel and bake into the finish. Over time if not maintained all wheels become dirty and dull. If left on the wheel, corrosion sets in and will eventually destroy your wheel's appearance.
Unfortunately just a regular car wash solution may not work for you if the accumulation of brake dust and grime is to heavy. To properly clean you must use a acid based cleaner like Meguiar's Gold Class Instant Wheel Cleaner or one of the many other brands we recommend in our product review article acid based cleaners for your wheels and rims. However there is an alternative to acid based cleaners that you should consider. In our product review article acid free cleaners for your wheels and rims are brands that you should consider first.
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How to maintain the finish by wheel type!
To maintain the finish follow the instructions below by wheel type.
Chrome Plated Alloy Wash with a good detergent and scrub with a soft brush or cloth. Use a car wax to protect the finish.
Chrome Steel Wheels Wash with a good detergent and scrub with a soft brush or cloth. Use a car wax to protect the finish.
Painted Alloy Wash with a good detergent and scrub with a soft brush or cloth. Use a car wax to protect the finish.
Painted Steel Wheels The OEM finish on many wheels is simply a silver paint with a clear topcoat. Wash with a good detergent and scrub with a soft brush or cloth. Use a car wax to protect the finish.
Polished Alloy Wash with a good detergent followed by a good aluminum polish. (Note: Only on polished wheels can you use aluminum wheel polish. If you use this polish on chrome, painted, or clear coated wheels, you will only scratch or dull the finish.)
Clear Coated alloy wheels Wash with a good detergent only so as not to damage the clear coat.
Tire and wheel cleaning tips.
- Wash your wheels when they are cool.
- Clean your tires and wheels first before washing the rest of the vehicle.
- Use a different sponge on the rest of the vehicle.
- Apply tire products using a foam Applicator.
- Do not use abrasive cleaners.
- Do not use steel wool pads.
- Do not use automatic car washes.
- Do not use any tire cleaning products containing bleach.
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