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Alloy Wheel Cleaning Set £2.99 @ Aldi

ianshona Avatar
6y, 9m agoFound 6 years, 9 months ago
Gutted - I paid £2.99 for the large brush last week ;-(

Handy kit containing all you need to get your alloys gleaming.

Cleaner
Applicator brush
Alloy cleaning brush
Small tray
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banned#1
don't waste your money, it's rubbish stuff as I tried it last year!
#2
bulkomuff
don't waste your money, it's rubbish stuff as I tried it last year!


Even IF you were right, its still cheap if you discard the fluid:thumbsup:
#3
Having just got a new car with allows and looking for a brush like that I will give it a go.

They are also doing several other car related items listed down the left from the link
#4
ianshona
Even IF you were right, its still cheap if you discard the fluid:thumbsup:


Not even close. This kit realy is that pants.
#5
Prob wont work very well.

Wonder wheels is what you want :thumbsup:
#6
Personally have to agee with the "Colds" on here. I have tried innumerable products but none really addresses the fact that my alloys are 25 spoke. ! I was given the tip that the Polish gang in my local Tesco car park use Cillit Bang Orange and a pressure washer on aloys like mine. This is the best AFAIK but a decent thin conical stiff brush is still esential.....
#7
bulkomuff
don't waste your money, it's rubbish stuff as I tried it last year!


Get this, good shizzle: http://www.cleanyourcar.co.uk/wheels-and-tyres/valet-pro-bilberry-wheel-cleaner-1-litre-/prod_499.html
#8
jonnybravo
Prob wont work very well.

Wonder wheels is what you want :thumbsup:


+1

I've started adding water to mines, about half Wonder Wheels half water and still works a treat!!

Use in an old 'squirty bottle' to get into the wheels, dirt and brake dust just runs off, sometimes no need for a brush.
#9


Yep that bilberry stuff is the only stuff I use, I am a bit of a nerd when it comes to detailing my car - and this stuff is gentle on my hands too...:geek:
#10
Hi there,

I've got deep dish chromes, the Bilberry looks good? what would people advise for such wheels? the wonderplan or bilberry?

Cheers
#11
Bilberry without a doubt. Wonder Wheels contains acid which can be harmful to your wheels over time.
#12
Triggster
Bilberry without a doubt. Wonder Wheels contains acid which can be harmful to your wheels over time.


Wonder Wheels doesn't harm the wheels if washed THOROUGHLY with good old plain water after using.
#13
bulkomuff;7971690
don't waste your money, it's rubbish stuff as I tried it last year!

the only non commercial stuff ive found that actually works well is Wonder Wheels
#14
Triggster;7973033
Bilberry without a doubt. Wonder Wheels contains acid which can be harmful to your wheels over time.

no it doesnt if you use it properly - wash wheels thoroughly after use...though its worth looking at acid free alternatives
if you do want wonder wheels then costco when they sell it are cheap.....about 1/4 price of what Halford charge!
#15
I used to use wonder wheels on a regular basis and recomend it to people but then I noticed that over time it was slowly distroying the paint on my alloys making them dull, and yes I did follow the instructions to the letter.
This is a strong acid, similar to brick acid, I don't recomend doing this but if you don't believe how strong it is put some on the back of your hand, you will soon rinse it off.
#16
GT 85 in a pump spray is amazing and repells the dirt.
#17
Thanks people...Will be trying Bilberry.
#18
You get what you pay for ;-)

Personally I wouldn't use this on my alloys, I like Meguiars Hot Rims, it's expensive but it's brilliant.
#19
bulkomuff
don't waste your money, it's rubbish stuff as I tried it last year!


Spot on - this is total pants!
But you're probably be asked to prove it by the OP!
banned#20
HesFamily4
Spot on - this is total pants!
But you're probably be asked to prove t by the OP!


Not a single comment from anyone stating this is any good, lots of negative comments,274 degrees hot!

I don't understand the mentality of users on here anymore?:?
#21
bulkomuff
Not a single comment from anyone stating this is any good, lots of negative comments,274 degrees hot!

I don't understand the mentality of users on here anymore?:?


Most people just vote on the headline!
#22
Wheel brush in focus for £2.00 and then buy yourself some meguires wheel cleaner and be amazed. Its not cheap but will last you a couple of years of cleaning have a look on detailing world. This product is ok for the brush most prob and as a gift :-)
#23
+1 for the Bilberry loyal. :thumbsup:
#24
Got some from aldi yesterday as it looked a good Deal. Says on box Not Suitable for aluminium wheels or trim with damaged lacquer. So dont use this on ya Alloy wheels folks :roll:
#25
+1 for the meguiars stuff. It's called Meguiars Wheel Brightener. It's acid based, but kind to wheel finish. It's about £30 for 4 litres but it comes highly concentrated. You dilute it 1:4 so it makes 20 litres.
#26
HesFamily4
Spot on - this is total pants!
But you're probably be asked to prove it by the OP!


Over 300 degrees?????????????????????????????????

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