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  • Topic: Chrome Rims
  • Started by gothic_smurf_89 Dec 30, 2010 at 4:45 pm
  • Last post by 024mula Feb 9, 2011 at 3:31 pm
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Topic: Chrome Rims

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  1. #1 Dec 30, 2010 at 4:45 pm

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    not sure where to post this

    but i recently brought new rims with an chrome lip

    i do not know whats on them but turtle wax chrome polish and mothers chrome polish is not removing it

    even used an soft tooth brush

    any suggestions or anything be hopefully

    also...whats the best way to clean them,there 10 spokes...i think i am gonna invest in an mothers power ball cleaning tool for them,lol

    whould add an pic but still new to this and not sure how to add one in here yet
     

     

    when they come along side of ya,just gear it down and hold on for dear life!!!!!!!
  2. #2 Feb 9, 2011 at 3:31 pm

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    I use "Eagle One" All Wheel & Tire Cleaner. They say all you have to do is spray on and rinse off - BS. Make sure the rim is cooled then sray it on then use a soft brush to work it in (I use an unused paint brush), then rinse it off with water.
     

     

    2002 Firebird Formula - 5.7 Liter

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