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rim cleaning... #169746 May 1, 11:07pm May 1, 11:07pm
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rim cleaning...
just bought some meguiars hot rim wheel cleaner.. did it twice on each wheel, but still have black stuff on the rim.. how do i get this stuff off without harming my rim?

Re: rim cleaning... [Re: 2003cbgts] #169747 May 1, 11:12pm May 1, 11:12pm
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try scrubbing it? idunno


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Re: rim cleaning... [Re: DisGqBoi] #169748 May 1, 11:27pm May 1, 11:27pm
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Get a sponge & try that. If it doesn't work, then either you chipped the finish on the wheel or it's a new excuse to get them powder coated.

Re: rim cleaning... [Re: v3n0m] #169749 May 1, 11:53pm May 1, 11:53pm
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yeah rub em with a sponge or cloth.

Re: rim cleaning... [Re: ToiletPaper] #169750 May 2, 12:15am May 2, 12:15am
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do what i do...jus go buy some armerall if thats how you spell it...


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Re: rim cleaning... [Re: Eman] #169751 May 2, 8:49am May 2, 8:49am

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Wheel cleaner only loosen it up you still have to use a towel or sponge like said above. Use armor-all on the tires to give them that wet look.

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