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Old 09-02-2013, 01:10 PM
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I tried a new wheel cleaner with great results today -

What I started with,
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This is a unique product made by AGW Industries, the process was -


First you wet the wheels thoroughly,


Then you spray on the AGW wheel cleaner.


It does not do the fancy color change like the Sonax Wheel Cleaner does but smells much better. .


Let the product sit on the wheel for 3-5 minutes.


Do not let the product dry on the wheels.


Brush thoroughly.


Rinse well.



The company claims the wheels will look brighter and be easier to keep clean.


What do you think? I think it made a huge difference in the overall appearance. The wheels really do look lighter and brighter.



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Old 09-02-2013, 01:46 PM
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OK...I told Doug the other wheels would look better on his CS like you said. When do I get my $20.00?........Just kidding, They look great!!!!
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Old 09-02-2013, 01:51 PM
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If it did that to your wheels I wonder what it would do to my Bullitts?!?! Lol
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I am still a little undecided, but I think I am going to be happy. I went from 20 dark gray spokes to 5 silver ones, it takes a little getting used to.
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Wrong story or wrong pictures. Those are totally different wheels. Doesn't go with the cleaning story. They go with the "You like my new wheels?" story. I just wash my wheels with a brush every week when I wash my car. They never get very dirty.
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Lol good story Alan....told you that wheel cleaner worked!
Looks great! You remembered to remove the rotor retaining clips right?

Your probably gonna need to tune for the size difference to fix it Speedo.

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Lmao!!!! You are gonna get a kick out of my PM Alan!!!

Looks good! What are you doing with the stock wheels?
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Originally Posted by GT500Steve View Post
What are you doing with the stock wheels?
I think he said he was keeping them in the basement.
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I did remove the retainer clips. Thanks for the heads up Doug.
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That must be some very expensive wheel cleaner. LOL

Looks great Alan!
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