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04-27-2008 07:48 PM
lost I have to do this. my m/t's are REALLY dull
04-27-2008 07:25 PM
solo97tj
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Originally Posted by 9JΞΞРωяλиglєя7 View Post
Spray the rim really well with Windex and with a Steel Wool Cloth rub it in a circular motion. Make sure you contantly spray the rim with windex other wise if it starts to dry out you will scratch the rims. I do this all the time with my jeep and they look brand new everytime. I use to work at lexus and the detailers there taught me a few things here and there.
hmmm i might try that!!!
04-27-2008 03:17 PM
9JΞΞРωяλиglєя7 Spray the rim really well with Windex and with a Steel Wool Cloth rub it in a circular motion. Make sure you contantly spray the rim with windex other wise if it starts to dry out you will scratch the rims. I do this all the time with my jeep and they look brand new everytime. I use to work at lexus and the detailers there taught me a few things here and there.
04-27-2008 03:17 PM
JCS05Rubi Never-Dull, and some Meguires wheel wax with a PowerBall to finish it off. Made my old Camaro/Firebird wheels look crazy nice.
04-27-2008 02:29 PM
30-284
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Originally Posted by slf41002 View Post
you just have to wipe off after polishing with a clean terry cloth with some elbow grease.
The terry cloth I have, It's the elbow grease I need to purchase a couple of large cans of!!!!!!!!!!

Donn
04-27-2008 09:07 AM
slf41002 HOP I would say those are a little more of a pain to do by hand then mine.At least I have a lot more flat surface on mine.I need to polish mine again but even with the ball I am to lazy to do it.LOL
04-26-2008 10:44 PM
houseofpain11 here we go-3 hours each--by hand. wish i would have bought that ball!
04-26-2008 10:38 PM
AzTJ I need to clean mine too... next day off I swear!
04-26-2008 10:33 PM
houseofpain11
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Originally Posted by slf41002 View Post
I have the Mickey Thompson polished wheels and I use Mothers polish with the polishing ball.It works pretty good.Even though the ball goes from red to black the first time it still works really well you just have to wipe off after polishing with a clean terry cloth with some elbow grease.
hear is what mothers will do!
04-26-2008 10:26 PM
solo97tj
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Originally Posted by slf41002 View Post
I have the Mickey Thompson polished wheels and I use Mothers polish with the polishing ball.It works pretty good.Even though the ball goes from red to black the first time it still works really well you just have to wipe off after polishing with a clean terry cloth with some elbow grease.
X2!!! i have eagle alloys and just a lot of elbow grease and i good coat of wheel wax will protect them
04-26-2008 09:44 PM
slf41002 I have the Mickey Thompson polished wheels and I use Mothers polish with the polishing ball.It works pretty good.Even though the ball goes from red to black the first time it still works really well you just have to wipe off after polishing with a clean terry cloth with some elbow grease.
04-26-2008 04:35 PM
Rickster49426
Best Way To Polish - Polished Aluminum Wheels

I picked up a used set of polished aluminum wheels for my Jeep TJ, last week & was wondering the best product to use on them to keep them looking nice.

Thanks.

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