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Wonder wheel alloy cleaner £1.75 @ Asda instore Clapham junction
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Wonder wheel alloy cleaner £1.75 @ Asda instore Clapham junction

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found these at Asda Wonder wheel alloy cleaner reduced to £1.75 (online £7.00). Not sure if any one else is selling for this price... but for £1.75 you can’t go wrong.

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Thanks @notabluff which store did you see them?
niceroundpound15/09/2019 16:02

Thanks @notabluff which store did you see them?


My apology for not mentioning, it’s in Asda Clapham junction (London)
Great price for this Wheel cleaner,
I buy it as it's not acid based and gentler on your alloys than some other cleaners,
Hope my local Asda has some at this price
Excellent price, hopefully available at others stores too.
None in Small Heath Birmingham
I picked one up in Harrogate a couple of days ago. Sorry no idea if I picked the last one up. But plenty of Simoniz stuff reduced to £1.75 too.
This is an absolute steal! Heat!
Remember this is VERY acidic use with caution
packard15/09/2019 17:32

Remember this is VERY acidic use with caution


This Wonder Wheels colour change is an Acid Free Formula
Word of warning if you have any kind of diamond cut or milled finish wheels then stay away from anything Wonder Wheels makes. Ruins wheels!
Jmc081215/09/2019 18:00

Word of warning if you have any kind of diamond cut or milled finish …Word of warning if you have any kind of diamond cut or milled finish wheels then stay away from anything Wonder Wheels makes. Ruins wheels!


Too late for me ruined my laquer
Edited by: "red23" 15th Sep
Get yourself some poorboys wheel sealant. You’ll never need alloy wheel cleaner again.
packard15/09/2019 17:32

Remember this is VERY acidic use with caution


Regular wonder wheels is nasty, this one is pH neutral.
echobase15/09/2019 18:08

Get yourself some poorboys wheel sealant. You’ll never need alloy wheel c …Get yourself some poorboys wheel sealant. You’ll never need alloy wheel cleaner again.


You still need to clean them first
I use Bilt Hamber or Gtec wheel cleaner then the PB sealant.
Managed to get the sealant for £10 at CP4L
Jmc081215/09/2019 18:00

Word of warning if you have any kind of diamond cut or milled finish …Word of warning if you have any kind of diamond cut or milled finish wheels then stay away from anything Wonder Wheels makes. Ruins wheels!


Thanks for this, you may have just saved me a whole lotta cash. Wonder Wheels do an alloy wheel sealant spray which is amazing. Brake dust and all debris just wipes off, I use a microfibre and they look brand new.
red2315/09/2019 18:07

Too late for me ruined my laquer


Phew.... Would have eaten my diamond cut!
This is £10 in my Asda was looking at it this morning even the simonize stuff is full price
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same thing as this happened to mine - no proof it was the wonderwheels but doubt it helped.
red2315/09/2019 22:50

[Image] same thing as this happened to mine - no proof it was the …[Image] same thing as this happened to mine - no proof it was the wonderwheels but doubt it helped.


The white spidery lines are "white worm" corrosion. Diamond cut alloys are really prone to it. It starts once the lacquer has been broken, and it continues to spread out from an initial starting point. Manufacturers do deal with it under warranty though. I had three of my Kia diamond cut alloys replaced under warranty because of it. My mother just got all four of her Renault diamond cut alloys "refurbished" under warranty last week for the same reason (not sure what they did to refurbish them, but the white worm is gone). Will never get diamond cut alloys again. Absolute nightmare.
Edited by: "WhiteGoose" 16th Sep
Jmc081215/09/2019 18:00

Word of warning if you have any kind of diamond cut or milled finish …Word of warning if you have any kind of diamond cut or milled finish wheels then stay away from anything Wonder Wheels makes. Ruins wheels!


Whew, I have diamond cut and bought this a few months ago. Haven't got round to using it yet!

Do you have any recommendations that are suitable for diamond cut?
Toon_army15/09/2019 19:06

You still need to clean them first I use Bilt Hamber or Gtec wheel …You still need to clean them first I use Bilt Hamber or Gtec wheel cleaner then the PB sealant.Managed to get the sealant for £10 at CP4L


What would you recommend for diamond cut wheels? I've got them on a Volvo V40 with a matte black finish, and don't want to ruin them.
Also spotted your comment on Maguire's hybrid wax, is it worth using ? Or something else
Sorry so many questions
Hey, the hybrid wax is ok if you are short on time etc, decent finish, fast application and alright water beading but you’re better off getting their Ultimate Paste Wax, mine has a treble layer and really does last for months. I wash it once a week and the grime just wipes off the top.
Meguiars do a great alloy cleaner. Great everything else too. Not £1.75 though. I have used wonderwheels many times (on standard alloys) and it usually does the business.
PhilthyPhil16/09/2019 09:45

What would you recommend for diamond cut wheels? I've got them on a Volvo …What would you recommend for diamond cut wheels? I've got them on a Volvo V40 with a matte black finish, and don't want to ruin them.Also spotted your comment on Maguire's hybrid wax, is it worth using ? Or something elseSorry so many questions


My key is don't leave the product on to long and don't put it on it direct sun light. Any wheel cleaner will do, the thing is with diamond cut is water gets behind the lacquer and that's how they fail.
What wheel cleaner you using at the moment? As I mentioned Bilt Hamber and Gtec are both good, they act as a fallout as well hence the colour change when you use them.
This poor boys is decent stuff, I normally apply 2-3 coats and makes cleaning the wheels a hell of a lot easier and they don't get half as dirty as they used to, it's my pet hate dirty alloys
Toon_army16/09/2019 17:37

My key is don't leave the product on to long and don't put it on it direct …My key is don't leave the product on to long and don't put it on it direct sun light. Any wheel cleaner will do, the thing is with diamond cut is water gets behind the lacquer and that's how they fail.What wheel cleaner you using at the moment? As I mentioned Bilt Hamber and Gtec are both good, they act as a fallout as well hence the colour change when you use them.This poor boys is decent stuff, I normally apply 2-3 coats and makes cleaning the wheels a hell of a lot easier and they don't get half as dirty as they used to, it's my pet hate dirty alloys


must admit i used the poorboys stuff and saw no improvement after spending about 3 hours applying it
red2316/09/2019 22:19

must admit i used the poorboys stuff and saw no improvement after spending …must admit i used the poorboys stuff and saw no improvement after spending about 3 hours applying it


I was going to ask did you apply it correctly but if it's taken 3 hours I'm guessing you took your time.
I usually do one wheel at a time and by the time I get back to the first wheel I start again with my second coat. It's like a wax, just make sure it's cured and isn't still greasy so to speak.
Also try some fallout remover or a clay bar on the wheels to make sure your getting the Poor boys to properly bond to the surface.
I hate doing wheels, would much rather machine polish any day.
Toon_army16/09/2019 17:37

My key is don't leave the product on to long and don't put it on it direct …My key is don't leave the product on to long and don't put it on it direct sun light. Any wheel cleaner will do, the thing is with diamond cut is water gets behind the lacquer and that's how they fail.What wheel cleaner you using at the moment? As I mentioned Bilt Hamber and Gtec are both good, they act as a fallout as well hence the colour change when you use them.This poor boys is decent stuff, I normally apply 2-3 coats and makes cleaning the wheels a hell of a lot easier and they don't get half as dirty as they used to, it's my pet hate dirty alloys


Hi sorry for late reply,
I've just got the car, but have previously used the original wonder wheels stuff on neglected bike alloys to great effect.
I've been using autoglym or the demon stuff lately on other family cars, but am tempted by the colour changing wonder wheels stuff, is it really a wheel wrecker? I don't leave it on too long btw.
PhilthyPhil17/09/2019 09:33

Hi sorry for late reply,I've just got the car, but have previously used …Hi sorry for late reply,I've just got the car, but have previously used the original wonder wheels stuff on neglected bike alloys to great effect.I've been using autoglym or the demon stuff lately on other family cars, but am tempted by the colour changing wonder wheels stuff, is it really a wheel wrecker? I don't leave it on too long btw.


The original wonder wheels in a silver bottle, you used to get a fresh brush, guess that's what you used on the neglected wheels? I only use that on the insides of wheels, it's far to strong that's why they stopped selling it.
Demon products the only one I use is Demon Shine as I use it as a drying aid, spray it on the car after it's been washed and still wet then dry it off.
The colour changing is the fallout remover doing it's magic, it's reacting with the iron in your wheels so it's easier to clean.
For bang for buck I'd say Bilt Hamber is worth a shot, it's used to be £10 per litre when I first started using it, but not with all products it's made a name for itself and the price has gone up.
Toon_army17/09/2019 14:29

The original wonder wheels in a silver bottle, you used to get a fresh …The original wonder wheels in a silver bottle, you used to get a fresh brush, guess that's what you used on the neglected wheels? I only use that on the insides of wheels, it's far to strong that's why they stopped selling it.Demon products the only one I use is Demon Shine as I use it as a drying aid, spray it on the car after it's been washed and still wet then dry it off.The colour changing is the fallout remover doing it's magic, it's reacting with the iron in your wheels so it's easier to clean.For bang for buck I'd say Bilt Hamber is worth a shot, it's used to be £10 per litre when I first started using it, but not with all products it's made a name for itself and the price has gone up.


I kinda thought that had happened re: the original wonder wheels
That spare bottle in my garage must be worth a fortune now.
A belated thank you for all your tips .
Thinking on investing in collonite 845, any thoughts? Ok to use over autoglym SRP? What do you use?
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