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John Matras
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I'm lazy, and seriously, why do extra work? That said, I've been looking at some of the "instant" wheel cleaners for the daisy wheels on my '90. I happen to have a spray bottle of Meguiar's Gold Class Instant Wheel Cleaner (got it for free so I have it) and I'm willing to give that a shot. However, the bottle warns to not use it on non-coated wheels.

 

So, um, are the daisy wheels "coated"? I would think they would be, and I like like the spray on/hose off/wipe dry concept. And they OEM, so I can't imagine Mazda would put anything out there that's "fragile." But I really don't want to mess them up, either, because I'm not cheap but I have other things I'd rather spend my largess on than replacing formerly-good wheels.


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FredM
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Daisy wheels are painted, yes. If you're concerned about the chemicals, try Simple Green and a soft round brush attachment on your power driver (and wear goggles).

My two cents.

This post was modified 3 weeks ago by FredM

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