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How to fix rims?

Discussion in 'Lifted & Offroad Suspension' started by Banshee, Mar 22, 2008.

  1. Banshee

    Banshee New Member

    Okay, first let me express my hatred for Wisconsin winters. I HATE THEM. I bought new rims and tires a few months ago, and I just put them on last weekend thinking winter was over. But no, of course it has to go and snow 5 more inches. It snowed Thursday night, and I just got done washing my new rims right now. The salt sat on them for about a day, and they look HORRIBLE. I have Eagle Alloy Series 186 rims. I sprayed some wheel cleaner on them, scrubbed them, and put a little wax on. They still look like crap. There's little black and white spots on them. Not even really that noticeable, but I sure can see it. Is there some kind of cleaner or polishing system or something, anything, that will make them look like new and shine again? I don't care how much it costs. I think I'm done ranting, thanks. :)
  2. JayMack75

    JayMack75 Former Member

    See if you can find some wenol. Thats good stuff...takes a little polishing, but they will shine better than new.
  3. black jack

    black jack Rockstar 100 Posts

    try using mothers with a buffer polisher. or you can try Eagle One never dull . it might work but id try mothers first.
  4. Pete95Sierra

    Pete95Sierra Epic Member 5+ Years ROTM Winner 1000 Posts

    I use mothers powermetal aluminum polish with the mothers powerball on my wheels and it cleans them up great... Id try that

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