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    The Living Legend never to be forgotten Scotty's Avatar
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    Bilberry alloy wheel cleaner. You can dilute it for normal cleaning or use it neat for stubborn marks! I use normal paint work sealant or wax on top to protect but you can get alloy wheel sealant from many makers!

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    Depends how neat you use it! I use it in 400 ml of water with 100 ml of cleaner. I find if you give it a good coating and leave it till power wash the crap off the car then give them a blast. I'd say 95% of the crap comes off!

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    Poorboys sealant wipe on wait till it goes pinky whitey hazey then wipe off keeps alloys sealed for 3 months. I swear by it.??feck fook fcuk ::/> ::/> ::/>

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    I would say Petrol but with it being on the exhaust, hows bout chrome cleaner. ??

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    DrT, on 17 February 2013 - 04:11 PM, said:
    Stubborn tar spots - Johnson's Baby Oil. Also great for removing oil from hands.



    Never knew that,

    I get it from the bedroom next time I'm car cleaning!

 

 

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