The kits that use a drill or polisher and several different polishing compounds are best.
Going from a course to fine, then ultra fine compound will make them really pop.
It works best with the wheels off the rig. We had a machine set up that held the wheel at a good working position at our shop. It was surprising how nice old wheels with hundreds of thousands of miles on them would finnish up.
We usually polished all the aluminum wheels on the trade ins at Peterbilt when I worked there. We also sold the different compounds called " Jewler's Rouge" in our parts department to the truckers that wanted to do their own wheels.
Happy Glamping, Norman & Elna. 2008 Winnebago Adventurer 38J, W24, dozens of small thirsty ponies. Retired after 40 years wrenching on trucks! 2010 Ford Ranger toad with bicycles or KLR 650 in the back. Easy to spot an RVer, they always walk around with a screwdriver or wrench in one hand!