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Discussion Starter · #1 ·
...they're taking the P155 surely :eek: :tut:

these autofactor shops asking anything from £2.99
to £11.99 fer a foam that gets the grime off er alloys :rolleyes:

...a bucket of fairy liquid and a towel does the trick :) ...simple

...always works fer me ;)
 
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Quinny, same for me, but once or twice a year I give them the old Wonder Wheels treatment which is excellent, but if you are doing it properly takes a while (about half an hour a wheel on the Integrales lattice style alloys - Bug should know this from his Q4). WW really does get the stubborn bits off.

The 5 spoke speedlines on the 155 are much easier to clean and you can get your whole hand in(ooo err Mrs)between the spokes and do the inner part of the wheel too (no chance on the Evo)

I would also recommend one of those extra long paintbrushes like the kids use at infants school (yeah, crap description, but thats the only time I had ever used one before!) to apply the 'wonder fluid', so you don't get cronic f*cking back ache. Also brings up the brake calipers a treat.

Ooooh, I feel a wheel cleaning frenzy approaching...Now then, wheres me brush?
 
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Ive bought the spray-on brake dust cleaner & dust barrier spray made by Turtle Wax, dunno what its like but will let you's know when i get round to using it :p
 
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When i can be bothered i do use the good old fairy on them then polish (turtle wax) and there spot on for ages...

We Live, We Breed, We die, How Good Depends On Sparkaly Wheels
 
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