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      11-01-2012, 12:58 AM   #13
socal135
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Originally Posted by vanbmw View Post
I vote for Chemical Guts Diablo wheel cleaner and a EZ-detail brush. This cleaner gets diluted and lasts a long time. Give the wheel a few sprays, scrub with the brush and rinse. I tried Sonax and was disappointed. It is fun to watch it turn the wheels red but it didn't give me good results by spraying and watching it work. I still had to get in there and do some manual srubbing to get good results. You end up using so much of the Sonax it is a pricey option where as the Diablo Gel last a long time. Both products need some manual scrubbing (more required with Diablo) so get the one that is a way better value in the long run.
Also, the EZ-detail brush is a great tool for other areas of the car. Works great for engine detailing.
Good to hear. The chemical brothers warehouse is about 15 minutes from where I live. I went there earlier today for the first time and stocked up on some supplies.. one of them being Diablo wheel cleaner. I haven't had the chance to try it out yet, but I have heard nothing but great things about the company and products.
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