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Re: Q - cleaning 528 sport wheels (archive)

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Posted by RandyH on December 07, 1999 at 11:28:20:

In Reply to: Q - cleaning 528 sport wheels posted by Grey in Chlt on December 07, 1999 at 07:35:07:

Keeping the wheels clean is a real bear. Here's what I do - buy two california car dusters. Use one for paint and the other for the wheels. Quickly dust the wheels daily. This keeps them clean enough so that when you wash the car, there is not too much accumulated dust. When you wash, use P-21S Wheel cleaner and a thin, plastic wheel brush. It really is not that bad.

Good Luck!

: Still trying to fit a 540i6 into my budget, but with baby on the way I have to remember what is important in life after all...and I guess (OK, my wife is telling me) that it is NOT a car.

: Just wondering how difficult those 528i sport wheels (cross bolted) are to clean - looks like they would be a bear as compared to the M66 or even the radial wheels.

: Real world experience and comments appreciated.




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