Clean thoroughly, apply a good quality wax, then after a few hours of the wax curing, hit the wheels with some endust for electronics. Spray the endust onto a microfibre cloth, not directly on the wheels.johnnygti said:I am a little OCD yet about keeping my GTI imaculate... but with the 15 spoke rims, it takes me half hour to wipe them down. Who knows of a good product that may help me out? Is there something to buy that keeps them cleaner.. longer? ???
I wouldn't advise using Z/CS on the tires. Wax or a polymer (like the Zaino stuff), will keep the surface of the wheel 'sealed', so when it comes to cleaning, the brake dust comes off easy. Avoid using spray on wheel cleaners (especially the ones that contain acid), they will eat away whatever you used to seal the wheel. Just use soap and water. If it's really dirty, use a diluted mixture of simple green to pre-treat the wheels before washing.johnnygti said:dragon -
Are you saying to apply a coating of wax to the rims? I really have not thought of that.
The Z/CS looks great, but it speaks of using it on the wheels themselves, and other plastic/ rubber areas. I will look into similar products.
Anyone use something similar?