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Old 03-05-2012, 12:04 AM   #1
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Wut can i use to really clean these up, i noticed mine are kinda dull from the factory, but i dont wanna harm the finish
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if you don't mind doing it yourself mothers works great
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if you don't mind doing it yourself mothers works great
the paste one? that comes in the red can?
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the paste one? that comes in the red can?
yep either powerball or billet
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yep either powerball or billet
ok just wanted to make sure it wouldnt kill the clear coat or polish on them
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which wheels are you gonna use it on?
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which wheels are you gonna use it on?
the polished alumn ones from the factorry
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the polished alumn ones from the factorry
The polished wheels have a clearcoat on them, don't use anything abrasive on them. I treat mine just like the paint on the car, use products like polishes and wax used for paint. They will never shine like chrome, maybe that's what you were expecting.
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you can strip the clear off and polish them up, shinier than they ever were.
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The polished wheels have a clearcoat on them, don't use anything abrasive on them. I treat mine just like the paint on the car, use products like polishes and wax used for paint. They will never shine like chrome, maybe that's what you were expecting.
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you can strip the clear off and polish them up, shinier than they ever were.
Yea they just dont look like i thought they would, im gonna try some regular wax on them


How would i do that?
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