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    VXR enough Matt1982's Avatar
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    Hey Folks
    Just wondering if anyone has a suggestion to remove this I've used my usual wheel cleaner and also a fallout iron remover


    Thanks for any help

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    Man! That's a mess. You tried bilt hamber autowheel?
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    Quote Originally Posted by w20adm View Post
    Man! That's a mess. You tried bilt hamber autowheel?
    Sure is a mess had a sticking caliper not tried that tempted get some though to see if it will do anything

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    If you've tried a fallout remover though I don't know why it hasn't shifted it ..... what did you use? You didnt let it dry did you?
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    CarPro iron-x is really good for breaking down the bond between the oxidation and the surface, that or as above the bilt Humber is also highly recommended


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    Autowheel is by far the best wheel cleaner I've seen, and I've seen quite a few. It just puzzles me if he's tried a fallout remover and its done nothing, what could it be :/ ....
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    If nowt else does it Matt. Take it down a powdercoaters 😂


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    Acid bath ftw.
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    It’s certainly the worst wheel I’ve seen in all my years of valeting. Only thing I can think of is that most wheel cleaners are pretty weak in retrospect of them not been acidic. I’d be thinking of trying an acid based cleaner or just run with them as they are till can be refurbed.


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    It actually looks like surface corrosion.
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