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Old 30th May 2021, 09:45   #11
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i didn't post this the other day because I couldn't find the can,

but some stuff I've used in the past which was quite good for wheel protection ( I've found it now!! )
SIMONIZ complete wheel protector. It's in an aerosol can, but dont hold that against it.
Clean the wheels first. Allow the wheels to dry completely. Spray on and walk away. Leave to dry for 5 mins before driving the car. No need to polish off, so really easy!
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Originally Posted by Fusilier View Post

I use this on my wheels and find it helps keep brake dust off wheels, (also have got EBC Green stuff pads) and recommended for wheels as well as the car paint, and had mine for about 4 years, and only used about 1/2 a tin


Just bought a tin of this, goes on well and polishes off really easily. Lets see how it compares to my old favourite (Collenite 476)
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