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Alloy Wheel Cleaner.

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They are all pretty much the same, including oven cleaner. Watch for leaving them on too long as they use a strong chemical and watch where you apply them for that same reason.

Make sure you can safely swill them away.

 

Remember, any product that includes a reference to cars in its description will cost more than the household equivalent.

 

 

 

If you do a lot of car work, get yourself a Halford's Trade Card.

Go see the manager with a wadge of motor factor receipts and he will be happy to sign you up.

 

They won't always be the cheapest but they have longer opening hours and will be open on a Sunday and Bank Holidays

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I use turtle wax traffic film remover! Tfr!

Very good , without damaging the alloy or the finish

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Non acidic very cherry wheel cleaner from www.autobritedirect.co.uk

 

 

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oven cleaner

That's what I use .99p a tin at BM Bargains

 

its called Dr something or other comes I orange tin

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i just use the power washer on hot then wash mode and they come up fine

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how long should you leave this oven cleaner on ,before remooving it

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