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      05-09-2013, 09:38 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by Hurricane
Thoroughly dry the wheels prior to driving the car. Make sure you remove as much excess water from the well before driving. Use a wheel well brush wrapped in a shammy.

I would also dry the car before driving it. The time it takes to dry the car (without using the wind) is less then having to clean the wheels a second time.

Lastly I would avoid wheels cleaners. I just use soap (Chemical Guys Citrus Wash) and water. Brake dust comes off effortlessly and I believe it removes more than a cleaner alone.
Thanks! This seems like a really good method. I'll try it next time I wash the car and let you know what results I get. Thanks again!!