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Wonder Wheels "U" 500ml £4 or two for £5.00 @ Asda

£5.00 @ Asda
If you have used Wonder Wheels you know it is the best for cleaning your "rims" This is the "U" spray product, so not as agressive as the stuff you stipple on (though this still comes with a brush …
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6y, 8m agoFound 6 years, 8 months ago
If you have used Wonder Wheels you know it is the best for cleaning your "rims"

This is the "U" spray product, so not as agressive as the stuff you stipple on (though this still comes with a brush to aggitate the product which is really handy).

At two for £5 an absolute steal! (£7.99 rrp)
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#1
Decent product

For anyone that has access to a Costco card they sell the 5 litre container and brush for £6.49 + VAT
#2
You say its best for cleaning your "rims" but the small print says use protective gloves if at risk of getting in contact with skin?
#3
This will clean your wheels bring up like new but test a small area first(cant be used on all alloy wheels)Easy to apply rinse off with cold water.But once you start using it you need to continue more often.Best to use soap and water till your wheels are really bad
#4
NFS
Decent product

For anyone that has access to a Costco card they sell the 5 litre container and brush for £6.49 + VAT


Decent product - wtf - I'm a car valeter and trust me when I say that any wheel product from wonder wheels won't be very good - thats why they supply a brush - you have to scrub away to remove the brake dust - your best off spending a little more and getting the Autoglym products or something similar - they won't supply a brush with there products because you won't need one - simple
;-)
#5
And I detail cars...

Autoglym wheel cleaner is pants, and don't even mention Meguiars'!

If you are going to clean wheels properly you need to remove them anyway - if you follow the instructions this is one of the few (readily availiable products) that will remove baked-on brake dust.

5l @ costco is a steal, pity I don't have a card.
#6
So why do autoglym sell a wheel brush and reccomend using it on stubborn grime ?
#7
davenkim;8844349
Decent product - wtf - I'm a car valeter and trust me when I say that any wheel product from wonder wheels won't be very good - thats why they supply a brush - you have to scrub away to remove the brake dust - your best off spending a little more and getting the Autoglym products or something similar - they won't supply a brush with there products because you won't need one - simple
;-)


I use Traffic Film remover and a steam cleaner. Does the job in no time. I've used this stuff before and it is pants compared to my method!
#8
I used to use Wonder Wheels watered down 50/50 in a spray bottle, worked a treat.

Last week I was in Lidl's and spotted a W5 Alloy Wheel Cleaner 500ml for 79p, worth a stab at that price I thought as I had run out of Wonder Wheels, and was going to order more online at some point.
Tried it the other night, normally I spray on the wheels leave for a minute or so, run the brush over them, then hose off with plain old garden hose and water, the W5 stuff from Lidls' produced, for me, the exact same result as Wonder Wheels did.

Maybe the valeters on here (or time) will be able to tell, did I get the same result because I have used Wonder Wheels for some time now on the wheels ?
Went back to Lidls' anyhow and cleared the last 4 bottles they had, keep me going for a wee while, otherwise I would have picked up a couple of these from Asda.
#9
The Lidl stuff seems to work quite well, very good for the price. The Wonder Wheels 'U' is probably a little more aggressive though and useful for when you have marks that just won't come off otherwise.
#10
Didn’t have this in my local Asda, but they did have Carplan wheel slik 750ml 2 for £5.00 They also had Triplewax car shampoo 500ml 100% free 2 for £5.00. But this is only £2.07 in Wilkinsons same 500ml with 100% free

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