FIXED! Found out how to get rid of this finally
Iron X Paste
Can be bought online at Autopia or Autogeek. 150 mL is plenty
What you'll need:
-Iron X Paste
-toothbrush or other similar bristled brush
-gloves (I have a box of the rubber generic ones from BJs)
-fingernails (so if you bite them to the knuckle, chill out for a week
-your choice of wax/polish (I used Zaino I had around)
Things I learned to cut your time: cool temps and wheel surface, no direct sunlight on wheel. It may take 2 times through with the steps below. Plan for 2hrs worth of time.
Wash the entire wheel very good, hose off, dry or let it dry. (Don't have to do this on second try as wheel is already clean).
Do (5) inner spokes at a time (there are 5 large openings and 5 smaller openings). I advise doing the bottom (5) half first on a wheel because when you rinse them off you won't get the other half wet and need to dry/wait for it to dry.
With gloves on, squirt Iron X Paste (more like a clear gel) right on your finger tip and rub/pat it on the wheel where the damage is. I did two finger tips worth for smaller openings, 3 for the larger.
Let it sit for 5 minutes once you have applied it, yes, count it down to make sure it is at least 5.
After 5 minutes, take the toothbrush and scrub each area (it will have turned purple). Not too much pressure and in slow circular motions, take your time and do not go crazy scrubbing as if you're trying to rip paint off! Be thorough. Finish all 5 holes.
Rinse one hole at a time at close range on a moderate shower setting, don't jet spray it. The purple paste will all come off, don't worry. As you do each section, any little remnants that exist as you wash off the purple paste, you should be able to remove by scraping with your fingernails. Once again, spray continuous water on the spot as you scratch and don't dig for gold. Do not touch/scrape the purple paste with your bare fingers/nails!! Wait until that is washed off first!
At this point you should see whether it is all gone, if not, do another round or accept the current results.
Wash the wheels again and dry them. Once dry, apply the wax/polish and let it sit and dry really good. Remove polish. Should now be good to go and back to almost new.