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      01-08-2012, 08:53 PM   #4
hammick
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Originally Posted by Chris'_m3 View Post
Well I'm not going to sit here and say this is the way to do it, but it is my ritual that works for me. Every time I wash my car, I clean the wheels also and while drying, I use Griot's Garage Spray-On Wax on all body and wheel surfaces. I'm not sure how much help it is in keeping the wheels clean, but I don't have a lot of buildup just before washing.

Griot's Garage Spray-On Wax
Thanks for the suggestion. I'll order some next time I order pads for my orbital. I detailed the entire car today and went ahead and waxed the wheels. Doesn't take very long when the wheels are clean. I clayed the entire car. It's amazing how much crap adheres to a new car's paint.
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