Anyone try and can vouch for this Armor All Wheel Protectant?

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  1. nindia

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    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    Any wax or sealant would have a similar effect. However, no matter what you do, the only solution to brake dust is regular cleaning (although a wax or sealant will make it easier) or switching to ceramic pads. There isn't a product on the market that effectively prevents brake dust from accumulating on the wheels.
     
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    LancerV Something Happened OT Supporter

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    :werd: and also mudd doesnt come flying off at a couple hundred degrees.

    I like poboys wheel sealent the best. And tufshine tire coat for the wheels shits been on my work beater car for a month and still looks like i put a new coat on it
     
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    for the tires i bought some meguiars endurance tire gel. suppostly it last weeks not days like others. i put some yesterday and today it was still looking if i had just applied it
     

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