05-05-2003, 10:16 AM
Excuse me if I'm a bit behind the times here but I thought it about time that for the first time in my life I cleaned my alloys properly! I noticed the usual array of Wonderwheels concoctions in halfords but also a version from Comma at a few quid less. So I bought some (spray applicator, rubber gloves, 2 brushes and sponge included), sprayed it on my wheels, worked it in with a brush, left it a minute and hosed it off. Wow - the wheels are like new (the fronts were a kind of matt grey/black colour due to a LOT of caked on brake dust). I couldn't believe the ease at which this stuff gets the muck off. Presumably Wonderwheels is similar. Anyhoo, now I know how easy it is to clean the wheels I might do it more often. I can highly recommend the Comma kit.
That is all.
(edit for carp spellink)
The only way to check that it does work properly is for you to test it on my alloys next time I see you
05-05-2003, 12:27 PM
Don't think it cures kerbing
Originally posted by Julian:
Don't think it cures kerbing * *[/b]Nope, the missus does that. I've put the rears on the front so that I can get a full set http://www.saabscene.com/forum/images/smilies/rolleyes.gif
05-05-2003, 02:23 PM
kerbing hah..dont know the meaning of the word
3 tyres in the last 6 months and the alloys ....
anyway the comma kit is great really good set of brushes and it seems to work the same as wonderwheeels ..top stuff
the good thing is you can spray it on and work it in with the brushes..
05-05-2003, 07:23 PM
I use the Simoniz or Autoglym clean wheels sprays on Vicky the V, spray on, leave for a minute then wash with soapy water and finally rinsing. They come up really well, and the stuff is quite inexpensive... The steels wheels on the 99 clean eaily without the need for sprays..