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Old 03-10-2006, 05:15 PM   #1
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Default Cleaning chrome wheels

My original ZR1's on my car are dirty and I'm wanting to take them off to give them a good cleaning. I know of soap and water obviously for the outside surface, but what's a good way to clean the inside of the wheel, with all the brake dust?
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ive used light 0000 grade steel wool with soap then only on back of wheel then wax both sides of wheels

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simple green, SOS pad, clean it quickly, and rinse. Then wax as said before.

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Soap and water usually works for me. I usually don't let them get too dirty though.
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