Caring for your refurbished wheels
Maintaining your new wheels
Powder coating is very durable and you will be amazed at the ease of cleaning your wheels, no more Sunday mornings wasted scrubbing away for hours on end!
There is a wide selection of specialist wheel cleaners on the market, all designed to give one desired effect; help clean your new rims. Most of these specialist cleaners are not required and we do not recommend the use of them. This is because most cleaners are nothing more than a mild acid which will attack the surface of your wheels.
Remember always allow your wheels to cool thoroughly before cleaning them.
The best way to clean your wheels is to use mild soapy warm water and a non abrasive cloth/brush. Rinse your wheels well and dry off using a lint free cloth. Do not allow the water to dry on the wheels as this may cause water spots.
Never use abrasive cleaners, wire wool pads or electric buffers. Avoid car-wash wheel cleaners at all times on refurbished wheels.
Give your wheels a coat of our specially formulated TWS Wheel Wax once every 6 weeks, this will help to prevent road salt, brake dust and dirt ‘keying’ to the surface and make cleaning the wheels far easier.
So that’s it, very simple, not lots of products and complicated applications, just a great finish. A specially formulated wax coating and a gentle clean for wonderful wheels week in, week out.