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Cleaning black wire wheels #295799
11/08/15 06:28 PM
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Cleaning black wire wheels

In anticipation of our likely trip back down to BHM on Saturday I thought I'd better give Mr Bumble the once over. I used Auto Finesse Mint Rim Wax, which I'd bought earlier on recommendation on TM for the filler cap. I also used a pipe cleaner type spoke cleaner, a microfibre finishing cloth, and lots of little finger exercise. I had the wheels off the ground for ease of access, but on the car.
Surprisingly the finish is much better than with spray on quick detailer which I normally use.
See what you think.
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Re: Cleaning black wire wheels [Re: DaveW] #295807
11/08/15 06:38 PM
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Dave, looks like another job got accomplished in a grand way.
Regards,
Bert


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Re: Cleaning black wire wheels [Re: DaveW] #295823
11/08/15 07:09 PM
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It looks like a....... James Bond car, those spinners!!!! hide


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Re: Cleaning black wire wheels [Re: DaveW] #295831
11/08/15 07:14 PM
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More places to hit with the mallet Ruut!


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Re: Cleaning black wire wheels [Re: DaveW] #295835
11/08/15 07:19 PM
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Looks excellent David....I bet your fingers are a bit sore after that. That's dedication....and pride.


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Re: Cleaning black wire wheels [Re: DaveW] #295877
11/08/15 09:27 PM
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Very nice Dave. I have been experimenting with cleaning my black wires wheels and found that if they are not to soiled that a light spray around the rims with ACF50 and then wipe of with an old micro fibre cloth works very well, and the usual finger exercises, followed by a light application of mageuirs ultimate quick spray on detailer and then a buff up with a micro fibre.


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Re: Cleaning black wire wheels [Re: DaveW] #295894
11/08/15 10:01 PM
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It maybe me, are those tyres the recommended size for the rims? it could be the dressing making the photo look odd but the spinner seems to protrude really far out from the tyres.

Is it an optical illusion?


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Re: Cleaning black wire wheels [Re: DaveW] #295917
11/08/15 10:42 PM
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Must be an illusion Mark . Standard tyres. The spinners look big on 4/4 wheels though. Sidewalls are not usually that shiny except on Stewarts!


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Re: Cleaning black wire wheels [Re: DaveW] #295919
11/08/15 10:46 PM
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Originally Posted By DaveW
Must be an illusion Mark . Standard tyres. The spinners look big on 4/4 wheels though. Sidewalls are not usually that shiny except on Stewarts!


rofl

I nearly mentioned your sidewalls!

Could do with another layer of that Endurance Gel Dave as I can't see you taking the photo in the reflection


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Re: Cleaning black wire wheels [Re: DaveW] #295927
11/08/15 11:37 PM
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Top work Dave as ever. Something for us mere mortals to aspire too.


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