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Anyone ever used this?

Discussion in 'FX (03-08) - Interior & Exterior' started by Psiclne, Nov 24, 2007.

  1. Psiclne

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    http://www.wheelwax.com/

    I saw it in a Magazine this morning while I was waiting at West Covina Nissan.
    What do you guys use on your wheels??? I just dont like when the lip gets all dirty and crappy looking. Im interested to see if this stuff works? I might just pick some up and see.........Other recommendations are welcomed
     

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  2. Dr.2K

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    Heard really good things about them. Have been meaning to try but just have not gotten to it. Coincidentally, I just picked up a set of polisher's(forgot the name) when I was at the LA auto show with Dave and Humberto. Bert has used this and it is really amazing from what I saw in the demo. Will be using it soon as see how good it works on my chrome wheel lips.
     
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  4. HumbertoCALI

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    I used it on my Exhaust and Rims on Thursday.. man it looks real clean..

    Double Post...
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  5. mtbfx

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    those who have clearcoat wheels can use klasse and/or sealant or similar paint protectants to keep them shiny and less sticky to dust.

    let me stressed out what humberto mentioned, clean your exhaust tips. i keep mine clean with the same klasse product.

    i have a tissue box in the back mainly to wipe the tips and keep them clean. i see many clean fx and "blackened" tips.
     
  6. turbocad6

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    ha, that's funny, cause for all the custom stuff I've done to my fx, would you believe I never cleaned my tips:LOL: yeap, there as black as the day I got it... I think subconciously I don't want to clean them cause if I don't like what I see, then I'll be ripping my exhaust out next week :)


    now mind you, I have detailed the fx, polished & waxed & all, but never touched the tips...


    I will replace the exhaust when I get to it... maybe I should clean my tips:wub:
     
  7. Krayzie

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    haha, clean the tips...im sure you will be surprised. use some metal polish and they will shine =)

    lol, that sort of rhymes...and again:LOL: im on a roll;)
     
  8. mtbfx

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    here's the pic that got me "clean tipped" all the time:

    fx35shinebutt.jpg

    my first klasse aio and 2 layers of glaze about 4 years ago, then a friend asked "what about your exhaust?" that was the last time they were dirty.
     
  9. turbocad6

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    I think I'm going to clean & polish them this weekend:p
     
  10. 1BadFX

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    i've always used regular car wax on my painted wheels. i always have leftover wax after switching brands. i use the old wax on my wheels. it never seems to last very long, but it does make em easier to wash. .02