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Old 04-08-2018, 05:22 PM   #21
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I've edited post 15 to explain what I did, a good ratio to me and I can see this going a fair way, I bought the smaller bottl, next time I'll get the 1 litre bottle I forgot to mention that first I rinsed the wheels, then spray on library the Aton-mac, washed the wheels then reapply Atom-mac then dried the wheels off.

Cheers bud - think I’m going to get some ordered and will try it out
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Old 09-08-2018, 09:50 AM   #22
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Would it stop alloy wheels sticking to the wheel hub
You need ceramic grease for that.

Give the hub and the back of the wheel where it meets the hub a good coat of ceramic grease stops rust and cathodic corrosion and makes it a dam sight easier to remove
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I wouldn’t spray it on your alloys unless you plan to wipe it off, it streaks like mad on my alloys.

For the discs and the ‘exposed’ suspension it is brilliant stuff!
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