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Old 29-12-2017, 07:48 PM   #1
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Wheel shampoo recommendations

Whats a good wheel shampoo been looking at dooka wheels just wanted to see what everyone else uses
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Old 29-12-2017, 08:12 PM   #2
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have used dooka wheel shampoo and found it excellent on my very difficult multi spoke alloy wheels on my BMW e38 1998 728i. they clean up lovely regards todds
ps i sprayed it directly onto the wheels and also used the method of using it in a wash bucket either method was perfect
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Old 29-12-2017, 08:27 PM   #3
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odk rotate but isnt a shampoo its a spray on, dilutes up to 20-1 i use it in my big blaster foamer trigger head and ez detail wheel brush on my sealed wheels
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Old 29-12-2017, 08:47 PM   #4
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Autoglanz Hoops is excellent and is only £28 for 5 litre's but is on sale now for £14.48
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Use the same shampoo as the body as save some cash
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Is there much of a difference between between a normal shampoo and a wheel specific shampoo?
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Is there much of a difference between between a normal shampoo and a wheel specific shampoo?
will depended on the manufacture but some wheel shampoo will be more aggressive to deal with brake dust.
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Old 29-12-2017, 11:04 PM   #9
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This was discussed a few months back!
A decent wheel cleaner and normal bodywork shampoo is all that's needed. Dedicated 'wheel shampoo' is, in my opinion, just a gimmick!
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This was discussed a few months back!
A decent wheel cleaner and normal bodywork shampoo is all that's needed. Dedicated 'wheel shampoo' is, in my opinion, just a gimmick!
I kind of agreebut! saying that unless you know the complete break down of the chemical build up of a wheel shampoo you cannot really say for sure,my question would be the reverse!...Can you use these wheel shampoos on the body paint work of a car safely,then draw my full conclusions after that reply.SJ.
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