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Discussion in 'A4/S4 forum(B5 Chassis)' started by gaz71, Sep 16, 2010.

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    gaz71 1.8T Quattro Sport AJL

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    Can anyone recommend a good wheel wax?

    Have some new 17's to fit at the weekend and want to protect them (and make them nice and shiny) ;)
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    Or poor boys wheel sealant
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    gaz71 1.8T Quattro Sport AJL

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    Is Autoglym Alloy Wheel Seal any good?
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    I always liked RIMWAX easy to put on and lasts quite long too . It smells like hubba bubba
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    So.....wots the new wheels your protecting???
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    gaz71 1.8T Quattro Sport AJL

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    Here you go, :photo:

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    Nothing special, just replacements for my very badly corroded stock ones.

    Want to protect them as the winter is coming and I have to deal with living right next to the sea combined with our councils over enthusiasm with the gritting salt :wtf:
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    whats the procedure for the poorboys?
    1.wash wheels
    2. seal them with poorboys wheel sealant
    3. sit back and relax? or what else
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    I would tend to do it the sam as my paint, Wash, dry, polish, wax and wax again Leave a good 10-15mins before taking the wax off
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