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Wheel protection

Discussion in 'Detailing' started by Big_Dave, Feb 9, 2012.

  1. Big_Dave
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    Poorboys wheel sealant, great stuff that lasts for ages

    Also gives a great shine to the alloy as well
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    Oooo you'll have fun with them!

    Ideally get them back off clean they shouldnt need anything too abrasive, then iron x and considering they have ssoooooooooooooo many spokes get some Gtechniq C5 on them.

    We don't stock this brand, it is expensive for a small bottle however it will last ages and make your maintenance much easier which at the end of the day is an important consideration
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    Wheels are very nice mate...

    As Jen Above says Gtechniq C5 or nanolex would probably offer the best protection looking at around 12 months per application. Its £30 for 15ml i used 3/4 of a bottle on these you would likley use the bottle with those multi spokes.

    I done my partners A1 wheels she done the cleaning i done the application... Heres a few photos these wheels only had 1 day of use from brand new so the pic shows how contaminated they were.

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