Brake dust hides wherever it can.
Consider these tips for maintaining stainless steel: Learn more... Be very careful to use clean, soft rags, one embedded metal chip will ruin your day. Avoid wool polishing balls on clearcoated wheels.
Rims More from this seller. Brake dust is made of an adhesive and carbon fibers that come off the brake pad and tiny metal shavings from the rotor.
You might need something a bit stronger than what you used on the wheels. Clear coated wheels do not require frequent polishing like metal wheels.
It is easy to apply,... Rim Structure: Don't know shelf life but plan using it again on restoration of antiques. This stuff is like a Epoxy type of Aluminum That dries extremely hard and is fileable and sand-able like or better than JB weld on aluminum products or Pot Metal...
Wheel wax helps protect your wheels and make them look cleaner much longer. All Auction Buy it now.
Finally, wipe the wheel with a soft clean towel to remove any excess polish. This will also be useful for polishing around the lug nuts. Water Filters. Read the label before buying an aluminum polish to be sure these chemicals aren't included.
The clear coat on the wheels will respond to a paint polish just like the clear coat on the auto body.
Scrub the surface of the wheel, inside the spokes and around the lug nuts. You cannot polish pits. Goes a long way and is easy to use. Use a Speed Master Wheel Brush to clean wheels without scratching.
Then rub the clay over the wheel.