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BUILDINGCTSAMG said:
Soft towel, and some simply green or meguirs stuff, just something very soft and apply some pressure...i wish there was an easier way...
They have a plate thing that you can put behind your rims to protect it from the brake dust but they look kinda stupid
 

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You can clay your chrome wheels just like you would clay your paint, if you keep them waxed they will stay clean longer and the brake dust will not stick as much, a synthetic wax will last 5 times longer than a carnauba on your wheels
 

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If you have the liitle slots, id recommend using a pressure washer on it!!!
 

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I know this sounds too simple and doesn't require buying a bunch of special products......But, I use soap and water and a sponge. If I run into a stubborn spot a soft scrub brush does the trick.
 
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