Mr. Clean Magic Eraser (Wheel & Tire) + brake dust coated wheels =

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  1. ace3

    ace3 mouthify my wang.

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    bling bling

    http://www.autobarn.net/magiceraser.html

    picked up some of these at WalMart the other day, and tried 'em out yesterday. Hot damn, they work great. One 'eraser' did all 4 of my wheels that were COATED with brakedust from 2 different trackdays. I was quite impressed.

    I think it -may- have been the coat of WheelWax that I had on there that helped to repel the brakedust, but either way, i fully recommend these Magic Erasers.

    Not sure what the difference is between the normal ones and these "wheel & tire" ones ... they look/feel/smell exactly like the normal household ones.

    two thumbs up. :bigok:
     
  2. Chadder007

    Chadder007 OG Diamond Member

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    I can wash my wheels just fine with a regular old mitt and the left over soap in the bucket from washing the car.....why buy these??
     
  3. Scottwax

    Scottwax Making detailing great again! Moderator

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    I use the Mr. Clean Magic Erasers on interior vinyl too. They work great and you can find them at any grocery store. :)
     
  4. 87Z

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    I was at the store today and saw them, remembered you liked them, so I picked up a box of 4 for $4. Ill probably try it out on my car tomorrow if i dont get lazy

    I took home a bottle of wheel acid from work a few weeks ago but havent felt like cleaning mar car
     
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    just be careful of wheel acid, some wheel acids are made of hydroflouric acid which is dangerous stuff
     
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    It wasnt the wheel wax that helped. I used them on mine today, which have never been waxed, and was amazed. It got them cleaner than with just the wheel acid. It was taking off dirt I didnt even see. I took some before and after shots that Ill get around to uploading later tonight. I too fully recommend these :eek3:
     
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