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    Wheel brushes??

    So just got my wheels clean Wheel brushes??-imageuploadedbyagonline1399092324-548899-jpgWheel brushes??-imageuploadedbyagonline1399092330-886318-jpg and I was wondering what are some good brushes to clean behind the front I was using Daytona brushes And I liked them but all the red and black things fell out and made a mess any help? And sorry for the cell pics did not have time to pull out my camera
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    Re: Wheel brushes??

    Check out wheel woolies

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    Re: Wheel brushes??

    Looks like the Daytona Brushes worked well for you with the wheels off of the car.


    Once you coat them and get them back on the car the Daytona should do a great job of keeping them clean.

    I also have the Wheel Woolies, but if you already have the Daytona, you are all set.


    Please post some pictures of your damaged Daytona Brush. I am interested to see what happened.

    If the bristles of your new Daytona Brushes are falling out, you need to contact the manufacturer and ask for a replacement.

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    Excellent turn around though now I would coat them with something like opti coat as for the brush would usea a cheap tampico spoke brush for the next time the wheels get that dirt so you won't do to much damage to your beloved Daytona brush

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    Re: Wheel brushes??

    Quote Originally Posted by jamesboyy View Post
    Excellent turn around though Like stated now coat them with something like opti coat as for the brush would use either wheel woolies or either a cheap tampico spoke brush
    Already has Daytona, why would he buy a "cheapo tampico"?


    If you don't have Opti-Coat at the ready... a sealant of even wax will make cleaning the wheels much easier in the future.

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    Did not use Daytona brush to clean them but I used Iron x some sonax wheel cleaner and a steamer I'll probably buy another set of Daytonas and wheel woolies. Coated them with pinnacle black label surface coating will this be fine?? And also this is my dad's truck and it's a 06 so the wheels have not been cleaned really good since 8 years! I still have the brush I'll try to post the photos I think it's by bending it to much
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    Re: Wheel brushes??

    Great job

    The coating you used should be great

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    What I meant with the brush was before I took the wheels off all the stuff started falling out. It's been a month since the last time I used the Daytona so when I took the wheels off I used just a cheap homedepot brush
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    Re: Wheel brushes??

    Looking forward to the pictures

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    Here are the pics Wheel brushes??-imageuploadedbyagonline1399254378-752308-jpgWheel brushes??-imageuploadedbyagonline1399254390-441922-jpg
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