I just got the car and would like to know how to clean these. Chrysler says soap and water. They say the same for the chrome clad ones on my 08 also but I have to use chrome polish on those 2xs a year. These are the all aluminum wheels that look like the crager style. Thanks for any input.
I used never dull on my polished aluminum wheels. Worked pretty well.
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I would stick with a good wax and seal and only bring NevrDull in when you have stubborn brake dust and wax after you seal. NevrDull will take out anything that's is stained. But just for regular cleaning soap and water is probably enough.
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I'm not 100% but usually only clear coat will go on rims with color. Like mine. But polished or chrome there won't be cause its the natural look. But don't quote me I'm just saying what makes sense to me. My pockets of my rims are black and have clear but not the face cause it's polished
An easy way to tell is to take some polish on a towel and rub it into a small area on the wheel. If the polish turns black, you have an uncoated wheel. If the polish/towel look as if you are polishing a clear coat, then they are cleared. With aluminum, you won't have any issues determining if it is coated or not based off of how it reacts to a polish.
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