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Old 06-06-2013, 02:53 PM
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Originally Posted by Traxx822 View Post
Oh I know, I have had many chrome rims. A little wax helps make the shine last. But I would still put them on. Someone said earlier they don't like the intricate tight spots you could only clean with a toothbrush. I agree sponge cleanable only rims makes it not so bad.
Something to keep in mind with any wheels - the car wash alone will not clean your wheels sufficiently. You need to take a bucket of suds to them on a regular basis to remove the road combination of brake dust and road grime. A natural sponge is the best for cleaning wheels, but they are hard to find. I have always kept a roll of paper towel and a bottle of spray cleaner in my vehicles with nice wheels for touch-ups.
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