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Old 11-10-2017, 11:28 AM   #1
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Need a good wheel cleaner 1 litre size

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Looking for a good 1lt or 500ml size bottle of concentrated wheel cleaner for my own use just for maintenance washing/cleaning as I forgot to pick some up the other day and didn't realise after I made my order so what suggestions have you guys got
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Old 11-10-2017, 11:30 AM   #2
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KKD brakeaway for me 1:10 is bang on for cleaning lightly soiled wheels
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Mitchell and King RIM. Dilute 4:1 so 1 litre makes 5. Worked really well for me!
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Angelwax bilberry for me, can't fault it.
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Old 11-10-2017, 12:48 PM   #5
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Sonax Full Effect is my go-to wheel cleaner when needed.
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I've got amongst others wowo's, Angelwax and Bilt Hamber.

I find wowo's and Angelwax much of a muchness and both do the job well as a regular wash.

BH is my favourite though as it has fallout included but as a result I don't use it all the time.
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KKD brakeaway for me 1:10 is bang on for cleaning lightly soiled wheels
was looking at this breakaway and it's quite cost affective cheers bud
My wheels are sealed with Raceglaze wheel sealant.
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Chongo buddy how did I guess you were going to get 100's of different replys/suggestions.If you were closer I'd say pop over and full your boots.
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Angelwax been mentioned twice now what's the dilution rates like for just general dirt nothing to solid
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Chongo buddy how did I guess you were going to get 100's of different replys/suggestions.If you were closer I'd say pop over and full your boots.
Ok I will narrow it down to what's the best pink looking wheel cleaner out at the moment

On my way bud
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