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I have some Enkei 18" wheels and just wondering what I can do to clean them up? There may be curb rash and they're dirty, but I traded my factory wheels and tires for these plus $200, I spent $300 on a pair of Kumho Ecstas mounted, so I thought it was fair. There's some brake dust on the metal rim, not visible until you're close, so I'd like it to be nicer to look at. Not sure what would be the best to use, with the curb rash, at this point I can't ruin them.

 

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Hey Ben,

I would just sand them down and re paint them or get them powder coated.
 

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If the wheels are in good shape regular wheel cleaner should work well. A soft bristle brush will make the job easier. Once they're nice and clean, use a quality wax to protect them.
 

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I have a friend that has a sand blaster and paint gun. Could do that later. Thought about the Magic Eraser, but ya, maybe a scouring pad and some Mothers Mag polish. I wanna polish my Judge to a chrome shine sometime too. Need Mag polish for it.
 
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