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    What is the best product to shine these up easily?



    I am using the "hot" spray on foam from Meguiar;s for the Mickey Thompson tires. Can I use it on the rims as well?

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    Re: What is the best product to shine these up easily?

    What is the finish on them? Clear coat? Matte?

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    It is smooth to the touch (sorry don't know how to tell the difference).

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    Re: What is the best product to shine these up easily?

    You will have to figure out the finish to them. Clear coated wheels can be treated just like paint. It is not recommended to use a wax or sealant on matte finish wheels as it will take away the matte appearance.

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    Re: What is the best product to shine these up easily?

    As long as theyre still in brand new condition like shown in the picture, just use some Meguiars car shampoo and a soft microfiber wash mitt or Supreme Shine microfiber towels with the car shampoo. Rinse and dry and they should stay looking new for a long time.

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