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      09-21-2008, 10:24 PM   #1
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Question Recommendations for Wheel Wax

Any suggestions? I have painted + clear coat wheels.

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Not an expert at this man but last time I was at my bmw dealership they had some wheel wax. Just an idea
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rejex i am told but i have yet to try....
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rejex i am told but i have yet to try....

Thanks, I will look into this.... This seems to be popular with Vette and Lexus people.
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We've got Wheel Wax on our website. Just go onto the Detailing Section of our website! We've got hundreds of detailing products, including wheel waxes that will work perfectly with your wheels.
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Any suggestions? I have painted + clear coat wheels.
I'm not convinced a special wheel wax is any better than whatever you use on your body paint. I think any wax or sealant will make a difference.
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I'm not convinced a special wheel wax is any better than whatever you use on your body paint. I think any wax or sealant will make a difference.

Right now I am not using anything.....
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If you are waxing your wheels at all, you are ahead of most owners. Different waxes will probably work better depending on if you have a paint/clearcoat finish, a polished, anodized, or chrome finish. Experiment! Have fun!

Tire Rack sells American Racing WheelWax, which is an excellent product.
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