The vehicle is a 1985 Toyota FXGT and as you can imagine nearly 30 years of crud has built up and it looks quite nasty.
Step 1: Finding Supplies
and thats all you really need I have a pressure cleaner but a hose will work just as well.
- Cheap oven cleaner
- Nylon brush
- Rubber gloves
- hose or pressure cleaner
Step 2: Clean Your Wheels
Just shake up the can and spray on. Don't get it on your paint or face, leave it for a few minutes to work, give it a quick scrub and hose off. I had enough cleaner in the can to do all 5 wheels ( the spare too) and a couple of the wheels I gave a second coat as they were quite bad.
These wheel have a clear coat and the oven cleaner took all the brake dust an dirt straight off with out a problem. The wheels have areas where the clear coat has been damaged due to wheel weights, stone chips and gutter rash and you can see that there are still marks in those places, and the wheel would have to be sanded back, polished and re-coated to fix those problems, but overall a fanatics result on the cheap