I used this on the engine bay, it took off all specs of dirt that were in deep crevices. I'm sure it would work great on wheels, but so does dish soap.Mr Clean Magic Erasers are marketed for cleaning wheels.
I haven't used them on my wheels yet, though. So I have no opinion.
+1LIKE body massage said:
Mr clean magic erasers work mint. they clean up the paint and remove the tough spots. I would only us them after the wheels are clean
I usually use a microfiber and dawn dish soap. grease and grime fighting action. then follow up with magic eraser.
I usually use like armor all wheel protectant to keep the dust off a little longer when done cleaning.
You know ceramic pads will perform a lot worse than stock pads right?Does anyone use a wheel cleaner that cleans the brake dust off the wheels? When the brakes go I plan on getting ceramic pads but until then I'm thinking about a spray cleaner that will not damage the wheels. Any thoughts? Thanks.
I had ceramics installed on my 2005 S60 AWD and noticed much less dust and no performance loss, but that did not have Brembos. Plasti-Dip to black? Not for me but thanks for the response.You know ceramic pads will perform a lot worse than stock pads right?
If you don't want to give up that performance, I suggest you Plasti-Dip your wheels black, then you wont notice the brake dust at all!