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wonderwheels £5.99 plus VAT at Makro

llywmog Avatar
9y, 6m agoFound 9 years, 6 months ago
makros currently have an offer on the twin pack of 1 litre wonder wheels for £5.99 plus vat. great price if you ask me.
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#1
A working link would help :roll:
#2
talkshop
A working link would help :roll:


Have to agree!:)
#3
They said 'Makros' no link needed, walk into your nearest one if you are a member, if not walk in with a member
#4
Not everyone knows who Makros are, or that you need membership (I didn't!)
#5
kh_
Not everyone knows who Makros are, or that you need membership (I didn't!)


I agree.

Makro deals are not available to most general public.
#6
kh_
Not everyone knows who Makros are, or that you need membership (I didn't!)


I know, thats why I made you aware of the fact.

Try google to find out more about them.......or Costco, same idea, also have cheap wonder wheels
#7
I don't even know what a wonderwheel is?
#8
Wonder wheels = great for short term..Removes most grime from wheels/alloys...

Long term, will corrode them to hell!!You have been warned!
Best way to avoid brake dust build up is to wax you wheels occassionally..Then brake dust simply wipes off..Or buy greenstuff pads for reduced amount of brake dust..
#9
cheekyboy_123


Long term, will corrode them to hell!!You have been warned!




It's not as bad as some other products out there, but best not to leave it on for too long and of course use wax for maximum protection and easy cleaning
#10
The last time I was at Costco they had WonderWheels in a large container (at least 3 litres) for around this price.
#11
For a cheap more readily available alternative... Cillit Bang. Also works well on stainless exhausts etc. Like WW though, it needs washing off pretty quickly and not recommended for badly kerbed alloys:thumbsup:
#12
flash with bleach, much better than wonderwheels and cheap too! try it
#13
They do a 5 litre container of it at Costco for about £8 inc VAT but don't use it if your wheels are not laquered or if they have been fixed by Chips Away or the like. It make the paint flake off - I found out the hard way :cry:
#14
talkshop
A working link would help :roll:


Nitro111
Have to agree!:)


[URL="www.google.co.uk"]Click[/URL] :whistling:
#15
Hi llywmog, welcome to HUKD. Please see the links in my sig for help on posting deals. I also have no idea what wonderwheels are, so it helps to include this kind of info in the post. Additionally, we always include VAT in the prices shown.
#16
Emma, anyone who needs to know what WW is will already know, they're the sort of people who want to buy cheap spincaps:whistling: ;-)

But anyway, its a very corrosive liquid that's supposed to (and indeed does) remove baked on brake dust/grime/tar from alloy wheels, but does an equally good job of removing the paint finish if the laquer is slightly damaged from kerbing. To be used with great care imho.:thumbsup:

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