[DML] Re: Cleaning the wheels
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[DML] Re: Cleaning the wheels

Once you get them clean might I suggest installing a set of Don Steger's dust
Does a GREAT job of keeping the rims clean from brake dust. Now I rarely have to
spend any extra time scrub'n the rims.

Shannon Y

From: ComposerZelgadis@...
Date: Mon Oct 17, 2005  4:28 am
Subject: Cleaning the wheels 	
Greetings, list. I have the older dark-gray wheels. They look good when
kept perfectly clean, but look like total Hell when even slightly dirty.
Anyone else have this problem?

So far, I've been using soap & water with a toothbrush to get in between
each spoke, but that's a real pain in the rear, especially since I'm one of
those guys where everything has to be clean all the time. I have some
hose-off wheel cleaner, but it just isn't up to snuff (think it's made by
Black Magic... and is just called "Wheel Cleaner"). I was wondering if someone

knew of an easier way? I was thinking about pressure washing them, but that
introduces a number of risks, including striking the tire, not to mention
possibly damaging the finish on the wheels?

Could really use a miracle product / great idea right about now! Thanks in

William F.

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