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have tried loadsa stuff to clean the wheels but it never seems to get all the ingrained dust off.....anyone tried anything that actually works well???
 

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Them every day.. other than that it might be woth chnging pads as well...

I use Autoglym and wonder wheels.. seems to work ok for me .. but with white wheels its a nightmare for me...
 

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Be careful about what cleaner you use, I had a bit of a legal battle with a popular brand after their stuff stripped the paint of my Volk racing AV3's on me old mr2!!!!! I now use autoglim if i havnt touched them for a week or so but try to do them most nights with fairy liquid!!

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You seen the state of my wheels Bill? Haven't had time to clean them for over a week!!
 

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Wonder wheels is excellent stuff, I have used auto glym and it is good just not as effective for the brake dust.
 

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Got to put the 'Mad Women' to some use when she's down here:D I'll have her doing the interior when she's down next.#;)
 

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Autoglym and wonderwheels all do well but they do contain a certain acid, shall we call it MR PHOSPHORIC which can eat into metal and slowly hurt ur wonderfull alloys.

Hot water and fairyliquid is the stuff;)
 

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gotta say fairy and hot water work fine for me...

what pads do you run? I'm using DS2500 and dust doesn't seem to hard to shift compared to other pads I've used! I'm usually too busy driving the car to clean it though :D
 
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