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Old 04-10-2011, 07:44 PM
VintageRacer477 VintageRacer477 is offline
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Location: Florida
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Mein Auto: X5d
Originally Posted by CWolfey View Post
I usually use the griots for the wheels, but I ordered the SG today curious to see the difference. I dont think that I will ever have a problem with stained wheels or baked on brake dust since I have the easiest BMW wheels to clean and I take them off the car every month to clean them inside and out.
Gave it 1 more griots shine today before I trying the new stuff and took some pics also.
The wheelsa on my X5d looked like these on "Day One" 8 months ago. And, then again last weekend when I removed them & spent hours cleaning them after replacing the lousy OE pads with Porterfield Carbon Kevlars. Still not as dustless as my wife's E350, but, 1,000% better already.

I've tried various waxes & Meguiar's Ultimate seems pretty good. And, it's easy to apply.

2011 X5d - the one that used to have dirty wheels
2010 E-350 - never with dirty wheels
1960 Giulietta Spider
1959 Turner Mk1 30/206 - For Sale
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