I am lucky that my wife has no interest in cars or car products. When my latest best thing ever arrives, the second I say its for a car her eyes just glaze over. shakes her head & wonders offDon't start if i buy any more waxes i think i am getting a divorce, Just had some Poorboys black hole delivered today not that i need it, but she is jumping up and down as thats all that gets delivered here.
I've seen some suppliers (one baking site I use and a car detailing site) that offer to put on the package and on the paperwork 'congratulations on your prize' so their partner's think they have won the box of goodiesDon't start if i buy any more waxes i think i am getting a divorce, Just had some Poorboys black hole delivered today not that i need it, but she is jumping up and down as thats all that gets delivered here.
Agree. I didn't come down in the last shower so don't buy (pun intended) all the marketing flim-flam to con me into buying a special wax for alloy wheels. It's just metal exposed to the elements so clean off brake dust asap wash, & wax. Sealants make little or no difference whatsoever, apart from the suppliers profit margin. A powerful hose does NOT remove all the muck you STILL have to wash properly by hand then wax, any wax. You have to be prepared to wash wheels frequently there are no shortcuts. Wash when cool of course as per washing/waxing anything.The best advice I can give is clean wheels very regularly with quality products and quality fallout remover, and use some wax, any wax. This puts you way ahead of nearly all other drivers and will keep the wheels looking good IMHO