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    Bowden's Wheely Clean Wheely Works!

    I've been using this product for a while and gave my race wheels a long overdue clean. I'm might to hit them again as there's some really stuck grease and brake dust (thanks Ringers) but they've come up a treat after one use.

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    Anodized bronze is the worst. Those came out really nice.

    Bug and tar remover gets whipped out for anything that just won't budge.

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    They came up good
    There are two things I use for wheels that I always have around the house -

    Dishwashing liquid (morning fresh). It cuts through the grease and grime very well.
    WD40 to remove the sticky residue from adhesive wheel weights.

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    It's also my go to product for wheels, pity it turns lead that funky colour and smells like emptying a neglected kitty litter tray. Apart from that it's great but I disregard the 2 min recommendation on really dirty wheels and spray, wait a couple of minutes, scrub with a scourer, spray again, wait a couple more minutes then rinse without any detrimental effects but your results may vary.
    PNP HID, the AIDS of auto electrics.

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    Yeah I sprayed and brushed, let it sit for a minute or two, then rinsed and brushed again.

    Definitely use in a well ventilated area, even outside stay upwind.
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