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Cleaning Rims

How/what are people doing and using to clean the rims on their Boss Mustang, the paint seems to scratch very really easy even using a microfiber cloth.
 
Not to sound like a wiseass but soap, water and store bought cleaning mit. The Boss has seen more more washes per miles then anything I ever owned, except maybe my 70, so there is little build up of brake dust and road grime.
 

BossMan

I use the Daytona Speed Master Wheel Brush and Detailer’s Pro Series Wheel Cleaner followed by Detailer’s Pro Series Wheel Glaze from www.autoGeek.net. I am very happy with the results.
 
dhanulec said:
How/what are people doing and using to clean the rims on their Boss Mustang, the paint seems to scratch very really easy even using a microfiber cloth.

I noticed the same thing on mine. I use rim cleaner and a whool mit.
 
BossMan said:
I use the Daytona Speed Master Wheel Brush and Detailer’s Pro Series Wheel Cleaner followed by Detailer’s Pro Series Wheel Glaze from www.autoGeek.net. I am very happy with the results.
This looks like it would work well.

http://www.autogeek.net/daytona-special.html
 

BossMan

I was skeptical at first until I used it I was sold on it. No more painful cleaning. As long as you don't let them go too long this brush works very well but what does if you let go.
 

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