How To Clean Your Forged Billet Wheels

How To Clean Your Forged Billet Wheels

Easy steps on cleaning your forged billet wheels

 

Polished Aluminum Surface

  • 1- Make sure your wheels are cool to the hands touch.
  • 2- Rinse off your wheels with a high pressure water hose to remove as much dirt and debris from your billet wheels. It is important to rinse off the lug nut area as well since break dust will collect in small crevices.
  • 3- Gently use a soft microfiber towel and mild soap to wash off the dirt from your polished wheels. The water and mild soap not only help loosen any grime that has been stuck on the wheel, but they also lubricate the wheel surface to prevent any harsh scratching. Keep away from wheel rim cleaners that contain harsh chemicals or acids.
  • 4- Rinse off the soap from your wheel.
  • 5- Gently dry your aluminum wheels off using a clean microfiber towel.
  • 6- If the polished finish needs to be restored to its original condition use a fine metal polish paste and follow the instruction on polishing your aluminum billet wheels.

 

Powder Coated & Brushed Cleared Surface

  • 1- Make sure your wheels are cool to the hands touch.
  • 2- Rinse off your wheels with a high pressure water hose to remove as much dirt and debris from your powder coated forged wheels. It is important to rinse off the lug nut area as well since break dust will collect in small crevices.
  • 3- Use a soft microfiber towel and mild soap to wash off the dirt from your powder coated wheels. The water and mild soap not only help loosen any grime that has been stuck on the wheel, but they also lubricate the wheel surface to prevent any harsh scratching. Keep away from wheel rim cleaners that contain harsh chemicals or acids.
  • 4- Rinse off the soap from your powder coated custom wheel.
  • 5- Dry your wheels off with a clean microfiber towel.

 

 

How To Hand Polish Forged Aluminum Billet Wheels

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