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    Racing Driver 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. ??
    Mods : 20s - AvA Miami, Hyper Silver Alloys, Aluminum Door Pins,Irmscher Grille,Maxton Splitter,Full led interior lighting,5000k HID Kit,H10 Foglamps (blue/white colour),Chrome Handles,Full Leather Interior (the car came with the SRI Cloth) The bolsters in the seats nave been coach worked and the leather re-done,VXR Side Repeater Surrounds,Smoked Side Repeaters,12" x 2 Pioneer Subwoofers running off a 1600watt Inphase Pro Amp,uprated the tweeters to boss directional tweeters, Mirror Dvr Cam,Flyeyes,Team Heko wind deflectors,Slammed - started with Eibach Springs at 30mm but the stance for me wasnt there so they were taken off and fk Street line Coilovers have finished off with the stance,Boost Gauge,Amp Gauge,Foot Plate,Brushed metal Interior door trims,Alloy Gator,Wrapped Black Gloss Roof,Engine bay Hydrodipped (Zombie playing cards & carbon fibre), also added blue conduit & silicone hose to the airbox, neon blue washers,Blue Needles in the dashboard - had the complete dashboard smd leds changed from the Red & White to Ice Blue including the mood lighting and all the switches, Xcite Custom Headlamps,ice white led internal lighting,rear window limo tinted (legal), Gel carbon fibre number plates, Irmscher Surrounds, Had Leather mats made front & Back and Boot, Black gloss Jag vents,rear badge now Holden,OBD2 multi gauge,vxr front and rear bumpers and side skirts,csr roof spoiler,forced air intake hoses in lower grille.

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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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