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The stuff I use is that Meguires that you're talkin about. It's like a paste... you dip a towel of some sort into it... rub it on the wheel.... and then keep rubbing... it'll soon turn to a dark black tarnish type stuff..... that means your cleaning the wheel. It's a pain in the arse... but definately does the job really well.

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I use Mother's also. It does take some elbowgrease, but looks good afterwards.
 

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Doh!.... after looking in my cleaning supplies in my truck.... I found it was Mothers also.... I feel dumb... I think it was because I was debating on the two when I first was buying stuff for my aftermarket wheels.

Zoop Seal is gods gift to your lazy car buff.... I love that stuff.... I sooo need some also... lmao!

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the steel wool is 0000. works ok, but make sure you use plenty of water or whatever. I use blue majic too
 

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Any autoparts store with a decent chemical wall will have it. Look around the tire shine area.
 
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