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Re: Browning Tires

Doesn't all this stuff take the wax of the rims??


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Doesn't all this stuff take the wax of the rims??


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it may but this is what i do....

spray tires down with Adams Polishes All Purpose Cleaner
Scrub them really good, you will see brown color come off tires.
clean the wheel
Dry the wheel.

then i spray the wheels down with their quick sealant.... stuff is awesome... brake dust cleans off real easy... washing is simple as can be....

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it may but this is what i do....

spray tires down with Adams Polishes All Purpose Cleaner
Scrub them really good, you will see brown color come off tires.
clean the wheel
Dry the wheel.

then i spray the wheels down with their quick sealant.... stuff is awesome... brake dust cleans off real easy... washing is simple as can be....

hope that helps man
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Old 07-26-2015, 12:13 AM
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it may but this is what i do....



spray tires down with Adams Polishes All Purpose Cleaner

Scrub them really good, you will see brown color come off tires.

clean the wheel

Dry the wheel.



then i spray the wheels down with their quick sealant.... stuff is awesome... brake dust cleans off real easy... washing is simple as can be....



hope that helps man

Thanks for this advice.



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Browning Tires

I use Meguiars Super Degreaser on my tires with a medium bristle nylon brush every time i was my jeep. I dilute it down to 4:1 with distilled water. This stuff will strip any dirt and tire dressing that was on the tire and leave you with a clean slate once dry.

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