May 20, 2018
Been using Bilberry. Anything better out there?
I have just started using bilberry but have heard good things about bilt hammer. It's more money though and effectively the same thing
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I like Autosmart smart wheels. Buy in 5L and mix it up in spray bottles 3:1.
I get this stuff you have to buy in bulk but it's excellent stuff. You can just spray on and wash off after a few minutes, but for stubborn stuff you will need to use a wheel brush https://www.slimsdetailing.co.uk/ko...urefrei-11kg-neutral-viscous-rim-cleaner.html
I like bilberry for when the wheels aren't that dirty as you can dilute it down so it's not as harsh. When the wheels are bad or have been left for a long time I use Bilt Hamber Auto Wheels and it works really well. Unfortunately, as always, there's loads of products to try in this game. Best way is to seal them when they are really clean so the dirt comes off much easier next time. My next project when I finally get my car back is to coat them in CQuartz DLUX so it lasts a bit longer.
Wheels will be getting sealed/coated in a couple of weeks as the cars off for a new car protection detail so I just need a good product for a weekly maintenance wash.
Been using Bilberry for years and just wondered if the game had moved on. Seems apparently not... which is no bad thing.
If you’ve got half hour to spare go onto YouTube and check out the forensic detailing channel. He does a great in depth test with a number of ‘bleeding’ wheel cleaners with Bilt Hamber auto wheels coming first.
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