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video Wheels That Shine Forever!
Easily get that grimy dust/dirt buildup off of your wheels or rims while simultaneously preventing future buildup.
Clayton H.5 years ago
Dose it protect against road salt?
lol, are u in NY? people over there in cali have never heard of road salt :P
I live in Ohio.
greeenpro (author)  Clayton H.5 years ago
To an extent. Not entirely though.
dchall86 years ago
WHATEVER YOU DO, do NOT spray WD-40 directly on to the wheel. There will be enough that sprays through the spokes and directly onto the brake rotor to cause problems stopping.
greeenpro (author)  dchall86 years ago
Absolutely..thank you for alerting people to that. If you try this, definitely spray it onto the cloth and not onto the wheel.
LinuxH4x0r6 years ago
Good idea! I'll definitely try this
greeenpro (author)  LinuxH4x0r6 years ago
it's almost magical in its effectiveness....quite surprising :)
theRIAA6 years ago
I like the idea. alloy wheel cleaner is expensive, and WD-40 by the gallon is a lot cheaper. but you should use a wheel brush, using a rag like that will dull the finish, but remember that WD-40 attracts dust, and I don't know if that thin caoting of WD-40 would last long...
greeenpro (author)  theRIAA6 years ago
The thin coating lasts surprisingly long and is resilient to dirt AND dust believe it or not...thanks for viewing and commmenting. I like the wheel brush idea :)