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Old 05-03-2006, 10:25 PM   #11
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Your'e talking about Westley'* Bleech-white or somethin like that. Good stuff.
Yup..that and a bucket and a brush and elbow grease = spotless tire ready for tire shine
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I use what ever that stuff at my work is, 2 weeks later and still clean and a bit of shine left too
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hehe i use that tire bleach to clean my white shoes...and let me tell u that stuff works great lol!!!!
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It would prolly be just fine if you weren't on a gravel road every where you go LOL.
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Easy stuff to use and will get the armor-all off your tires and any that made it to your rims without the scrubbing..
Now I know you just had a bad rap with armor-all, but use their Wheel Cleaner. It strips all the old tire grease or whats left off the tire. Works well on rims and little bit will help with dirt chrome parts.
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Both should work. Your'e talking about Westley'* Bleech-white or somethin like that. Good stuff.
yeah we use bleech white also...it is great...though my dad has started using Meguires on the Cougar...i forget which specific kind....which ever one gives you the clean look without looking wet....
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I like to use a soft dairy brush and a little soft scrub with bleach. Makes tires black and white letters extra white! It also helps with that stuborn brake dust.....
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Guys i read the back of Westley'* Tire Bleach and it said in big red letters do not allow to come in contact with aluminum or mag rims. I scrubbed hard with dawn and then F21 wheel cleaner i had sittin around but still can't get rid of the darn brown. Maybe i'll try bleach next.
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Guys i read the back of Westley'* Tire Bleach and it said in big red letters do not allow to come in contact with aluminum or mag rims. I scrubbed hard with dawn and then F21 wheel cleaner i had sittin around but still can't get rid of the darn brown. Maybe i'll try bleach next.
What type of tire dressing are you using?
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What type of tire dressing are you using?
ArmorAll...its in the first post.
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