Autoglym Perfect Wheels Gift Collection @ halfords - £13.20
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Autoglym Perfect Wheels Gift Collection @ halfords - £13.20

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Found 27th Dec 2017
£13.20 c&c @ Halfords


£8.20 if you managed to get the £5 halfords O2 voucher today

not used before but got good reviews

Autoglym Perfect Wheels Gift Collection Preserving perfection Autoglym Perfect Wheels Gift Collection is is a collection of our best selling products designed to keep your wheels gleaming. It makes the ideal gift for anyone who is serious about their wheels.
Your car has been passionately crafted and it deserves to be lovingly cared for by hand. Autoglym is scientifically proven to reveal and protect the true shine of your wheels - just as the designers intended.

Autoglym Perfect Wheels Gift Collection Extra Info
  • Contains: x1 500ml Clean Wheels, x1 500ml Instant Tyre Dressing, x1 300ml Alloy Wheel Seal - Recommended & Commended in the 2015 & 2016 Auto Express wheel sealant test group
  • How to use: Clean with Clean Wheels, Polish with Instant Tyre Dressing, Protect with Wheel Protector
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AA members can also get 10% discount in store
Also, British Cycling cards get you 10% off - even if you reserve online, just produce instore

Didn't realise that until last Sunday, a right bonus... I wonder if you can stack codes? I doubt it.

Heat OP!
I like Autoglym products generally and probably use their products more than any other, however worth pointing out the wheel cleaner in this pack is acidic based and as a purely personal opinion worth avoiding unless you have some really heavy contamination to shift. I clean the alloys on my current car fairly regularly with non acid based cleaners since I am pretty sure I damaged my previous cars alloys with over use of acid based, surface blistering and corrosion started to show particularly around the base of the air valve where it sits into the wheel and feel over a period of time acid was doing its work into areas that after rinsing didn’t clear.
sabreliner1 h, 27 m ago

I like Autoglym products generally and probably use their products more …I like Autoglym products generally and probably use their products more than any other, however worth pointing out the wheel cleaner in this pack is acidic based and as a purely personal opinion worth avoiding unless you have some really heavy contamination to shift. I clean the alloys on my current car fairly regularly with non acid based cleaners since I am pretty sure I damaged my previous cars alloys with over use of acid based, surface blistering and corrosion started to show particularly around the base of the air valve where it sits into the wheel and feel over a period of time acid was doing its work into areas that after rinsing didn’t clear.


Can you recommend a decent cleaner for mine please?

On one wheel (rear), the dirt has basically hardened and no amount of scrubbing seems to get it off, been stuck on for over a year now. I don't want to discolour it either. I'll definitely have to take the wheel off to get in all the nuts n crannies too.
FellowPazzini27 m ago

Can you recommend a decent cleaner for mine please?On one wheel (rear), …Can you recommend a decent cleaner for mine please?On one wheel (rear), the dirt has basically hardened and no amount of scrubbing seems to get it off, been stuck on for over a year now. I don't want to discolour it either. I'll definitely have to take the wheel off to get in all the nuts n crannies too.


Well I could certainly recommend ‘Wonder Wheels’ for stubborn contamination but it is acid based and if you get it on your skin you will feel it! And I’d wear eye protection, definitely not for regular use I reckon.
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FellowPazzini48 m ago

Can you recommend a decent cleaner for mine please?On one wheel (rear), …Can you recommend a decent cleaner for mine please?On one wheel (rear), the dirt has basically hardened and no amount of scrubbing seems to get it off, been stuck on for over a year now. I don't want to discolour it either. I'll definitely have to take the wheel off to get in all the nuts n crannies too.


You need bilt hamber auto wheel. a little pricier than your mainstream autoglym products but it is more than worth it. its £14 in halfords but £13 delivered here:

polishedbliss
Thanks chaps, shall have a look into them
If you value your wheels, I wouldn't touch this with a barge pole as this product contains hydrochloric acid which will destroy your alloys over time.

Most autoglym stuff is fine but this is definitely their worst product - others to avoid are the sponge and squeezie (both good for creating scratches on paintwork)

Still cant believe people use this carp, I wouldn't even use it on any of my cars, even a 15 year Peugeot!

Only thing worse is wonder wheels. Autoglym customer wheel clear is marginally better but i still wouldnt use it. Best stuff is Britemax or Bilt Hamber. Both are acid free and PH Neutral.
Edited by: "royals" 26th Jan
sabreliner4 h, 36 m ago

Well I could certainly recommend ‘Wonder Wheels’ for stubborn con …Well I could certainly recommend ‘Wonder Wheels’ for stubborn contamination but it is acid based and if you get it on your skin you will feel it! And I’d wear eye protection, definitely not for regular use I reckon. http://www.halfords.com/motoring/car-cleaning/wheel-tyre-cleaning/wonder-wheels-500ml


NOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!! do not use wonder wheels, it destroys alloys. Try Bilt Hamber or Britemax.....or call a local detailer and see what they suggest or my detailer at Elite Car Care in Maidenhead
Edited by: "royals" 26th Jan
sabreliner6 h, 37 m ago

I like Autoglym products generally and probably use their products more …I like Autoglym products generally and probably use their products more than any other, however worth pointing out the wheel cleaner in this pack is acidic based and as a purely personal opinion worth avoiding unless you have some really heavy contamination to shift. I clean the alloys on my current car fairly regularly with non acid based cleaners since I am pretty sure I damaged my previous cars alloys with over use of acid based, surface blistering and corrosion started to show particularly around the base of the air valve where it sits into the wheel and feel over a period of time acid was doing its work into areas that after rinsing didn’t clear.


Yep. If you want to see what acid based cleaners do ill post the alloys for one of my cars which is 15 years old. In a time when most of us didn't know any better, acid based cleaners were the norm, like wonder wheels. i used wonder wheels on the 15 year old cars alloys along time ago and it has damaged them. I would never use an acid based cleaner now.
Edited by: "royals" 26th Jan
Another vote for bilt hamber. pH neutral and works a treat
royals1 h, 35 m ago

NOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!! do not use wonder wheels, it destroys alloys. Try …NOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!! do not use wonder wheels, it destroys alloys. Try Bilt Hamber or Britemax.....or call a local detailer and see what they suggest or my detailer at Elite Car Care in Maidenhead


Yes you’re right, when I said I’d caused damage to my alloys in my earlier post it was wonder wheels I was naively using over a period of time, I think it’s ok to shift a really stubborn stain or as a one off for totally pitted alloys but would never recommend it for any regular use. Will try that Bilt Hamber you mentioned.
Is this the britemax product you folks are referring to? If not, could you share a link to it please.

slimsdetailing.co.uk/bri…tml
555722319 h, 19 m ago

Another vote for bilt hamber. pH neutral and works a treat


I’ve just checked it out on the link “austinc” posted for bilt hamber and it stated it’s ph 5, acidic
I use Autosmart Red 7 or autosmart fallout remover for baked on stuff and stains may take a couple of hits but does the job. But as mentioned Bilt hamber is a good one although ive not used it but always heard good reviews
Acidic wheel cleaner has its place. If you can't remove baked on brake dust with a non-acidic, fallout remover or clay then i'd use acidic and let it dwell. I've even had to resort to brick acid on wheels at times if i'm dealing with a car where the wheels haven't been cleaned properly for years or more.

Not a massive fan of AutoGlym, its a step up from anything you'd buy in Asda or the like though.

Value for money wise I'd recommend stuff from these guys ezcarcare.co.uk
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