Hot to polish aluminum wheels?

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  1. nox

    nox I'm actually ok looking... so chill.

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    I've got a set of eagle (I know, cheapest kind out there) aluminum wheels that need to be cleaned up.

    Since this is my first set of wheels that arent factory painted, I'm kind of in the dark about how to go about polishing them and what to use? I did use the search, but I want to make sure I end up with the product that is right for my type of wheel. They are bare aluminum with no coating.

    Any input would be appreciated.

    Thanks!
     
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    Something like Mother's or Blue Magic's wheel cleaners will work. Keep on top of them and you won't have to do any deep cleaning.

    Just follow the directions on the containers.
     
  3. nox

    nox I'm actually ok looking... so chill.

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    yup, i bought some blue magic today at autozone. probably going to haev to do a real deep cleaning come spring, but then it shouldnt be too hard to keep up with
     
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    nox I'm actually ok looking... so chill.

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    what about that nevr-dul? I have some of that as well, but I'm not sure if it would work as well. Maybe to keep 'em shiny it would
     

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