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Old 05-16-2010, 04:50 PM   #1
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i'm just a little curious as to what you guys use to clean up your rims. i usually use hot water and some soap but kind of want to try something new so thought i would hear some recommendation from you guy'*.
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i use magic eraser extra power on mine with warm water comes out really nice and doesn't scratch the wheels
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Soap and water and windex or awesome
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i use magic eraser extra power on mine with warm water comes out really nice and doesn't scratch the wheels
yea i remember now about you guys using that, i have a few so im gonna try that out next
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windex does good? hmm that is intersting. might try that too.
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Turtle Wax Ice rim cleaner, this stuff gets rust off and just about anything else
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I just use the same soap and water that I use while washing my car, then dry them immediately. Works great.
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seems like im not alone using soap and water =] i think im gonna try the magic eraser next time though.
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