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Old 11-24-2011
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Originally Posted by 07s281sc View Post
I had a serious problem with my Viper chrome wheels. Baked in brake dust and rough surface. Traditional.cleaning would not fix the problem. I ended up using a 3 step process. First Mothers PRO chrome/wire cleaner, specific formula for chrome wheels only. Second 3m metal polish which will deep clean the surface and remove residue. Lastly, DP glaze to be used as q sealer. Worked Amazingly well, they now look brand spankin New!!! Use microfiber towels for each step...
Glad that procedure worked for you!

Now hopefully keeping them clean will be much easier, and you'll be more conscious about doing so in the future and keeping them looking good! :)
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