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Thought I'd post a bit about this stuff as I've used it for the first time a few weeks back and have been more than impressed with it - "Poorboy's Wheel Sealant".

Basically clean your wheels, then rub some of this stuff on and then polish it off. Have noticed that my wheels are considerably cleaner now (brake dust doesnt seem to stick as easily) and you can just wipe them clean with a cotton cloth! I've wiped my wheels clean (too lazy) the last 2 weeks in a row and have been really pleased with the results.

Does anyone else use this stuff to? I used to be a Meguiars fanboy but thought I'd try Poorboys for a change (they rave about the stuff on Porsche forums). I tried the Poorboys Limited Edition Slick N Shine (i think thats what its caled) shampoo too but I wasn't overly thrilled with it. Will give it another go though before I pass judgement.
 

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If you have the time its worth getting the wheels off and giving them 2 to 3 coats of Poorboys sealant - apart from being fun :mrgreen: it'll give you a fantastic level of protection. And while the wheels are off you can dress the wheelarch- -I'll get my coat 8)

kind regards, Kevin
 

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I agree - the poorboy sealant rocks and I use many of their other products - try the bottle of tyre dressing solution - really puts a sheen on the tyres and you dont get any of that throw off from when youve driven the car

And yes - had my wheels off last week and cleaned the inner rims and polished them too - it really makes cleaning the wheels a doddle (very useful for my awkward M sport alloys)

Rotchet (Crimson Red 118d M Sport) now with OEM blinds and roof bars !!!!!!!!
 
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