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My father used to use brillo pads, but is there a better way to clean them?
 

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I use Brillo pads, too. Sometimes I use Westley's Bleach White and a stiff brush. (Nylon - NOT wire). Both way work. Brillo will NOT work on Vogues, you'll need Westley's & super stiff brush - Nylon
 

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Anybody ever try shining whitewall tires with that Tire Shine stuff? Thinkin about doing that but can't really do it with a good effect this time of year. I just want some opinions on whether it looks tacky or nice.
 

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Tire shine always make your car look good, as long as it's not too rusty or dirty. A nice clean car will ALWAYS look better w/tire jiz.

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RAMAIR57 said:
My father used to use brillo pads, but is there a better way to clean them?
Vogue now makes a tire claener for their whitewalls. This is a different cleaner than most because most are oil based and will smear the whitewall. This will not. Thanks and good luck.
 

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LAVA brand hand soap - the bar kind - and a medium scrub brush. The pumice in the Lava takes the stains and oxidation right off. And your hands are clean when you are done.
 
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