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Seat Leon wheel clean and seal

Discussion in 'General Technical / How To' started by butler2.8i, Jun 27, 2009.

  1. butler2.8i

    butler2.8i Member

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    Decided to clean and seal the wheels and dress the arches on my GF new seat leon. Car had about 7k on the clock when she picked it up about 2 weeks ago so knew they wouldn`t be to bad on the inside.

    Started by by jacking car up and putting axle stands under the car so i could be working with 2 wheels at a time.
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    Inside of wheels not to bad so sprayed with meg`s wheel brightener and scrubbed with various brushes.
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    This cleaned most **** off but did leave some areas which needed claying, so used sonus ultra fine clay and meg`s last touch. This was the clay after each wheel.
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    Once i was happy with the wheel i put the first coat of chemical guys jet seal 109 on and moved onto the next wheel which would give time for the first coat to bond.
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    Second wheel done with same process then left for 109 to bond whilst first wheel was buffed and second coat applied. Whilst giving coats time to bond i sprayed meg`s super degreser into the wheel arches and srubbed with various brushes before rincing with the pressure washer. Arches were then dressed with meg`s hyper dressing, which i think leaves a nice finish and smell bloody lush.
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    Some pic`s of the wheels after having 2 coats of 109 applied.
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    Centre caps also received 2 coats
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    And one for the beading fans out there :thumb:
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