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soap and water

at least thats what i used when i had pvd wheels on my wk1
 

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Recently had my 14 in for an oil change. My service guy asks me what I am using on the rims because they look so good. I said Blackfire wheel and tire cleaner. He says that their SRT tech just got back from some sort of class for the SRTs and they recommend just soap and water on the rims. I haven't had any issues using the Blackfire, but that is SRTs recommendation for what it's worth.
 

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Recently had my 14 in for an oil change. My service guy asks me what I am using on the rims because they look so good. I said Blackfire wheel and tire cleaner. He says that their SRT tech just got back from some sort of class for the SRTs and they recommend just soap and water on the rims. I haven't had any issues using the Blackfire, but that is SRTs recommendation for what it's worth.
I'm currently using soap and water and an ammonia free glass cleaner to get off water spots. They look good!
 

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I use my car wash soap...but I coated my wheels with blackfire sealant....2 good coats to make sure everything was covered. The dust just washes off with a steady stream of water.
 

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I use a combo of meguiers #21 sealant and blackfire sealant on the paint and like above on the wheels. I just use my blower made for blowing off cars(from detailedimage) and blow the wheels off. Never any spots.
 
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