Clean the tires first. As you clean your tires, a lot of the dirt falls onto the rims. Therefore you want to clean the rims last.
Spray the rims with a degreaser. This should loosen the build-up that accumulates around the nuts and bolts of the rims. Pay extra attention to areas where you see a lot of dirt and grease.
Wipe away the degreaser. If you leave the degreaser on the rims too long, it can cause damage, including discoloration.
Shower the rims with water from your garden hose. You can wash away any of the debris left behind after using the degreaser.
Dry the rims with a clean cloth. At this point, they should be free of any buildup.
Shine the rims with a rim cleaner to protect rims and also give them a nice shine.
-Extensive build-up of brake dust, which is typically ready for removal every 6 months or 1,500 miles
-All-purpose cleaners not specifically designed for automotive use or your specific wheel finish
-Stiff-bristle brushes that can scratch wheel surfaces
-A single brush for the entire job; wheels and tires require different brush types; wheels alone require different sizes and styles
-Skipping the important steps of hand-drying and waxing
Getting a new Car Rims if maintaining failed
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