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Old 03-19-12, 10:33 AM
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Use a Armor All wheel protectant afterwards
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Old 03-19-12, 03:30 PM
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Originally Posted by J$mooth23 View Post
Use a Armor All wheel protectant afterwards
you dont think that would mess with the anodized lip? makes me nervous using products thats why i created this lol. p21s on order then i dont know what to use after
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Originally Posted by UpstateLex View Post
you dont think that would mess with the anodized lip? makes me nervous using products thats why i created this lol. p21s on order then i dont know what to use after
REALLY?!
Could someone pls chime in and help validate this?
Bc if it does really mess with the lip/finish then first of all, I won't use it anymore and second, armor all needs to be chin checked on this.
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Originally Posted by 5t341th View Post
i hate cleaning my d3s. so many crevices u gotta get into.
i use soap and water and a bristle brush to get into the crevices
i have d3s too. I usually just wipe off the water first, then use a vacum with a blower to get the water out of the pockets......
i love my wheels and keep them clean at all times, but there is some oxidation behind the clear coat ont he face that is starting to bother me. its around the centercap, and keeps on getting bigger. its almost getting to the holes for the lug nuts.. this seems to be a common problem for the d3s cause ive seen pics of it online before.
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Water. lots of water. if u dont want to take a chance.

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