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Old 05-06-2018, 12:12 AM   #1
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Question Smart Wheels Alternative

So i've come to the end of my 5l of Autosmart Smart Wheels, and im looking for an alternative, what do you guys use instead?
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So i've come to the end of my 5l of Autosmart Smart Wheels, and im looking for an alternative, what do you guys use instead?

For stubborn really dirty wheels that haven’t been cleaned in ages I used Devils Juice and a mixture of breakthrough shampoo.

For wheels that need a quick clean that are bad but not too bad I use just breakthrough.

I brought 1l of valet pro bilbury wheel cleaner and don’t really rate it to be honest.

Devils juice and break through are my go too’s.
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For stubborn really dirty wheels that haven’t been cleaned in ages I used Devils Juice and a mixture of breakthrough shampoo.

For wheels that need a quick clean that are bad but not too bad I use just breakthrough.

I brought 1l of valet pro bilbury wheel cleaner and don’t really rate it to be honest.

Devils juice and break through are my go too’s.
I'll check those out cheers.
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I'll check those out cheers.
Devils juice is a acidic wheel cleaner. But perfectly safe if used correctly.
Just used common sense. Don’t let it dry and follow the manufacturers instructions.

I spray it on, leave for a min or so, adatate with a coupe of brushes that have been soaking in breakthrough then rinse off.
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Devils juice is a acidic wheel cleaner. But perfectly safe if used correctly.
Just used common sense. Don’t let it dry and follow the manufacturers instructions.

I spray it on, leave for a min or so, adatate with a coupe of brushes that have been soaking in breakthrough then rinse off.
Thanks for that
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I find AS Smart wheels fantastic value for money, works well on tyres too, I dont think value for money you could better it?

Let us know what you opt for
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I recently got some Power Maxed frequent use wheel cleaner and works well on light / everyday mucky wheels
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I recently got some Power Maxed frequent use wheel cleaner and works well on light / everyday mucky wheels
Plus one for me really like this cleaner.
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BH Auto Wheels would be my choice
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megs wheel brightener, never had any bother with it and will last forever
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