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Old 06-13-2007, 01:55 PM
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wheel cleaner, & blaa blaa

hey fellas, and ladies , what brands of tire cleaner do you like to use, that works the best for ya? also what about wax and the such?? i have been using Eagle one wheel cleaner,,, alot of diff stuff,,,, just looking for some opinions,,
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Old 06-13-2007, 02:15 PM
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i use the Westleys Bleeche white, i know i dont have any white on the tires but it really cuts through the grime. works good on the wheels too, just cant let it stay on the wheels too long or it can cause damage.
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I use the westleys too for the tires. As far as wax goes, I use the Eagle one "wax as you dry" every time I wash my truck and then every 3 months or so I use a good liquid detailer's wax and a buffer to get a good shine.
There's a couple of good websites that cater to detailer's that have good stuff. I think one is detail king.
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Old 06-13-2007, 02:32 PM
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I use the stp son of a gun tire stuff. Don't use wax to often.
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ive been using zymol wax. seems to hold up a little longer than most ive tried over the years. its super easy to apply, and buff off.

the autoparts stores and wal mart has it here, goes for around $15.
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Old 06-13-2007, 02:52 PM
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pinnicle wax is the only wax i use . the best out there in my opinion. leaves a nice wet look.
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