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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 03-23-2010, 07:48 AM Thread Starter
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chrome wheel cleaning?

Whats the best way to clean up chrome wheels? fine scratches an never been polished before want to bring them back any tips or tricks?
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Re: chrome wheel cleaning?

Got to any auto parts store and get some stuff called mothers chrome cleaner or something like that. I know it's called mothers, I used before and it does wonders. All you do is apply it like car wax, then take it off the same way.

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adams metal polish! the stuff works like a deam and gives you a killer shine

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Re: chrome wheel cleaning?

I use white diamond on everything. love it!

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