[DML] Re: Wheels
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[DML] Re: Wheels

I really like P21S. I also use sponge paint brushes to get inside the spokes - I get a dozen in varing sizes for $5 at my local hardware store. Taking the wheels off the the car makes it easier.

IF they are original they are powder coated - so, you would not want to use any metal brightner or metal cleaner on the wheels.

Harold McElraft - 3354

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Jon" <jn_lockwood@...> wrote:
> Hi all
> I've been trying to clean up my Delorean I have had it just under a year and was to busy with other projects so it has been sitting with the ocasional 50 mile trip to keep her lubed. I have be trying to find a link about the best way to clean/shine the wheels.  Is there a easy way besides the usual buff and pollish?  They are original and not looking to well.  Do they have aluminum paint or ? on them?  Any help would be greatly appreciated.
> Jon
> 1963 Falcon futura 
> 1963 Ranchero
> 1968 VW Double Cab pickup 
> 1981 Delorean


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