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Old 06-24-2007, 07:22 AM   #1
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Folks, we have Accuride wheels on our Tuscany and I just cannot seem to get them clean. They seem to not be coated as they are starting to show tiny little dots of surface corrosion.

What do you use to polish/clean them to keep the wheels looking good?
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Folks, we have Accuride wheels on our Tuscany and I just cannot seem to get them clean. They seem to not be coated as they are starting to show tiny little dots of surface corrosion.

What do you use to polish/clean them to keep the wheels looking good?
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The Alcoas I had I my last coach I used the Mother's Wheel Polish and the Ball and it worked great! The best thing is not to let them get to bad.

I would do two on Saturday and two Sunday and only take about a hour a day once a month.
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Only the Accu-shields are coated. http://www.accuridewheels.com/Aluminum_wheels.asp

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