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      10-10-2012, 07:03 AM   #6
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Originally Posted by CarolinaM5 View Post
I also use Griot's garage wheel cleaner, I have found that you have to provide some type of agitation no matter what type of cleaner you use. Often times soap and water will do the job with some good old fashioned elbow grease. My new wheels are gunmetallic finish to combat this issue! Good luck.
+1. I find it works as well as any other clearner at a more reasonable price than P21S. Plus, and it may just be marketing spin, but to quote their website "BBS, Dayton Wire Wheel Company™, and The Tire Rack® have all approved our Wheel Cleaner for all of their wheels."
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