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Since I have a loaner, I decided to use this product (Eagle-1 on one of the rims. The rims looked like they hadn't been cleaned in awhile so I thought this would be a good test for this product.

The instructions were pretty straight forward: Spray on rim, wait about 10 seconds or so, hose off, wipe with a dry cloth/towel. Total time to clean the rim was about 1 1/2 minutes. I really want to try this out on my M68 rims since they are much more of a pain to clean and keep clean. Even if it takes me 10 minutes total to clean all four rims, it will save me a good 30 minutes or so.

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Hmm..interesting that you brought this up. I got a bottle at Pepboys last Sat and tried it out at the car wash on Sun.

It did remove a large portion of the dirt, but not all. I still have to squat and clean my 20-spoke wheel by hand. :(

I was using Meguiar's wheel cleaner. That didn't do too well.
 

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I know it says safe for all wheels . . .

but does it have any acid content?

I've been having good luck with the In'N'Out detail spray as a preemptive measure in making the brake dust easy to get off either by wiping or washing.
 
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