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How and what do you use to polish them?
 

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Meguire's and NuFinish have always worked the best for me...but usually I just use Simple Green or Purple Power to clean them.
 

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Slim Carter said:
Mothers polish works great. Yu can find it at Advance, Auto Zone and Wal-mart.
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Not for me, it hasn't. Tried an hour's worth of work on one of the wheels with Mother's, and you could barely tell I'd touched it. Tried another hour with a polishing wheel, no difference.
 

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First off what brand rims ?

Not every brand uses the same grade aluminum .

On Weld wheels the best polish is Bush's aluminum polish , but it is hard to find . Centerlines , Eagle Alloys polish up very easily with mothers .
 

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BigBad94Bronco said:
And you can't get them up with Mothers ?

What do they look like ?


Polishing them gets them a little shinier in spots (mostly hi points) but not bright.

I believe the model is called the "atlas"
 

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Clean with wheel acid. Detail shops have that stuff. It can take an alum wheel that is red from clay and turn it new again. Also semi truck cleaning places have have some strong cleaners.
 
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