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409 Stone & Steel spray cleaner

I picked up a jug of this in the store today.
A 10+ Hands down. Great for cleaning
the tips. With paper towels.
Never used anything that eazy.
The tips LQQK great.
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Try using "scrubbing bubbles" bathroom cleaner on chrome rims that have caked on brake dust and other grime. My daughter, notorious for never washing her car, came over and I used it to clean her Camaro's rims and was amazed at how easy and how clean it left them.

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I picked up a jug of this in the store today.
A 10+ Hands down. Great for cleaning
the tips. With paper towels.
Never used anything that eazy.
The tips LQQK great.
LLLFLY
From the post you left on another thread I thought you went out to buy those steel wipes Rich (27rings) mentioned.
BTW - Where are the pictures?
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Try using "scrubbing bubbles" bathroom cleaner on chrome rims that have caked on brake dust and other grime. My daughter, notorious for never washing her car, came over and I used it to clean her Camaro's rims and was amazed at how easy and how clean it left them.

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Perfumed soapy Acid/Clorox works well on almost everything...
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Did not fine the wipes.
O the paper towels are the wipes.lol
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Did not fine the wipes.
O the paper towels are the wipes.lol
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Larry, these work best...


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Do use the 409 1st. lol
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Do use the 409 1st. lol
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And don't forget the detail spray for better lubrication...
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