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WheelWax

Discussion in 'FX (03-08) - Interior & Exterior' started by Psiclne, Mar 5, 2008.

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  1. Psiclne

    Psiclne Guest

    http://www.wheelwax.com/

    I got this a few months ago - cuz I saw an ad for it in Nissan Sport Mag.
    I've used it a couple of times and it does what its supposed to. Keeps the lip nice and clean - I even use it on my exhaust and tips.

    If you have black faced rims - you have to sit there and make sure you clean them off good. You apply a thin coat, let it dry and rub it off. But on the black faced wheel you'll notice the white paste more if you dont get all of it off.
     

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    +1 ... good stuff. In need to take my wheels off and apply properly to the inside as well!
     
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    That's
    dedication!
     
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    GEE50FX The Traveller iS VIP

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    Wheelwax works great I have used it for the last couple of years. When I ran out I thought I would try Poorboys Wheel Sealant, I am not as happy with it, I am going back to Wheelwax.
     
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    love this stuff, worth every penny
     
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    Will this work on chrome wheels? Since you mentioned exhaust, how about stainless steel?
     
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    Yes it will help to protect chrome wheels and I have used it on my exhaust with good results.
     
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    My wheels need some good loving soon. This will do.
     
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    :tup:
     
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