Cleaning your tires is just as important as cleaning the rest of your car. In fact, it helps protect them from weathering and cracking so they’ll last longer.
To do it right, though, you’ll need the right tools. Here’s what you’re going to need to clean your wheels:
- Clean bucket
- Grit Guard
- Degreaser: Getting inside the wheel wells
- Wheel & Tire Cleaner: Cleaning the barrel of the wheel and face of the wheel
- Wheel Woolie: Getting inside the barrel
- Salt and Pepper Body Brush: Getting inside the wheel well
- Green Body Brush: Getting the face of the wheel
You also need to follow the right steps. Here’s what you need to do:
- Fill up the bucket.
- Drop in the grit guard and brushes.
- Spray down the wheel well and wheel, and knock off any loose debris.
- Take the degreaser and spray it in the wheel well to break down all of the grease and grime.
- Take the wheel & tire cleaner and spray that on the face of the wheel and in the barrel of the wheel to make sure you get all of the brake dust off.
Note: Make sure you spray both the tire and wheel with this product.
- Take your short-handled body brush and scrub your wheel.
- Rinse off the wheel well, barrel of the wheel, face of the wheel, etc.
- Clean the rest of your wheels.
- After you’ve finished cleaning all of your wheels, you need to move your vehicle back about 2 feet so we can clean where our brush wouldn’t be able to reach.
Turn your wheels from drab to like-new with these simple steps. If you’d like to check out our products, click on the links below:
- 14 Qt. Bucket
- Grit Guard
- Wheel & Tire Cleaner
- Wheel Woolie Caliper Spoke Brush 18”
- Salt & Pepper Polystyrene Body Brush 8.5”
- Green Polystyrene Body Brush 8”