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      05-17-2012, 01:06 PM   #1
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Sonax Full Effect Cleaner is truly an effective wheel cleaner

If you haven't already picked this up you really should ; )

2000 miles were logged on to this Q7 on 21's.

2000 miles of brake dust/dirt/grime




Close up - showing caked on brake dust and grime




Sonax Full Effect Wheel Cleaner and various brushes were used to clean up this mess.






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Would be interesting to see a side by side comparison with P21S Gel under the same conditions. I have used both and always seem to come back to P21S. How do they compare in your experience?
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gotta love sonax! phil does the wheel cleaner kill any wheel sealant that's applied? just wondering
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Scrubbing?

I have found that the Sonax isn't as good on the OEM GTS wheels as it is on the regular ZCP wheels unless you do some scrubbing.
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Would be interesting to see a side by side comparison with P21S Gel under the same conditions. I have used both and always seem to come back to P21S. How do they compare in your experience?
I've used both. Neither are great on the GTS wheels. I think the finish they use is more porous and the dust sticks to it much easier requiring more work to remove.
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I've used both. Neither are great on the GTS wheels. I think the finish they use is more porous and the dust sticks to it much easier requiring more work to remove.
invest in some sealant for your wheels and thatll solve your problems
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invest in some sealant for your wheels and thatll solve your problems
I have the Swissvax stuff that I need to get on there. But even so, just feeling the finishes of the two different wheels will tell you that they are not the same.
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