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i think when i took the car to be washed, the guy used something that may have dmged the clear coat on my stocks.

it looks kinda like mist or fog, it does not look like it used too..

i would like to get them looking new again, how would i go about doing this?
 

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Old School!!!!!!

Wheel Polish & Elbow Grease!!!!!!!!!

I Used To Use Luster Pad !!!!! Easy To Use & GOOD STUFF!!!!!

Clear Coat Safe!!!!!!


http://www.lusterlace.com/auto.html


THE BADDER BOWTIE
 

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Yep.....watch these car wash clowns with their dirty rags and acidic wheel cleaners.

Me.....I would be getting all new stockers "courtesy of the car wash owner."

Remember, nothing on the stockers but soap and water and wax, its paint....just like the car.
 

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Yep.....watch these car wash clowns with their dirty rags and acidic wheel cleaners.

Me.....I would be getting all new stockers "courtesy of the car wash owner."

Remember, nothing on the stockers but soap and water and wax, its paint....just like the car.
normally i wash my own car so i cant be 100% sure they did it, but i just noticed it not to long ago....

i used to use awsome. i think he used simple green on my rims but i am not sure.
 

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Sounds like they burned your clear coat. Lusterpad will not help with that, IMHO.

If the clear coat is burned, you'll need to strip the wheels. There's about a million threads on that.
there was right because of the crash?

if there is an active one please link me.
 

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