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      12-19-2019, 04:56 PM   #5
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Originally Posted by TTG View Post
Just use soap and water, take your time cleaning them and you will be just fine. Wheel cleaners are a little bit of a myth and they just wont do the cleaning for you.

I also recommend using soft woolie type of brushes to avoid scratching the finish.

Below is a set that I use on my cars.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00L3KDUD0..._kAb-DbR3FBK26
Best response right here. In theory you want to do a proper deep cleaning of your wheels once. Use something aggressive like Sonax Wheel Cleaner and maybe clay them if you can take the wheels off and depending on how many miles the wheels have seen.

Protect your wheels with a good coating and nothing more than soap and water will be needed to clean them up. Again as suggested invest in proper wheel cleaning tools and you're set.