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    Baked grime on wheel weels
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    Hi guys,

    Any recommended product for cleaning years of baked grime on aluminium alloy wells ?
    Off the self would be preferred if possible.

    Thanks,
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    bowdens wheel cleaner, a clay bar and a lot of elbow grease!
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    really without taking the wheels off ??
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    nope only way is wheels off to do it properly
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    Well then I want a lazy as I dont want to take wheels off. Suggestions ??
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    Quote Originally Posted by namz View Post
    Well then I want a lazy as I dont want to take wheels off. Suggestions ??
    Maybe consider a forum not dedicated to detailing?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trewarin View Post
    Maybe consider a forum not dedicated to detailing?
    GOLD!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trewarin View Post
    Maybe consider a forum not dedicated to detailing?
    Spot on there!

    Either do it properly or lower your expectations namz, can't have both.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EG30 View Post
    Spot on there!

    Either do it properly or lower your expectations namz, can't have both.
    Its more abt skills, I dont know how to take off wheels and put them back on !
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    This should help... https://youtu.be/0kfJ7Lu4tvo

    It's best to use a tourqe wrench to tighten the nuts up.
    "Perfection is lots of little things done well." Fernand Point
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