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Tire & Wheel Care Whether you have hubcaps, clearcoated factory alloy, or custom wheels worth thousands, you'll want them to look their best. Metal polishing is also discussed here.

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Old 03-05-2013
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Default correct wheel polish

Just bought a 2011 Yukon with the optional 20" polished aluminum wheels. What would be the best and safest product to use?
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Old 03-06-2013
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Default Re: correct wheel polish

Those rims have a clear coat on them.

I'd suggest using a PowerBall or PowerCone with Plastic Polish since you'll be polishing the clear, and not the aluminum.

You'll want to clean them before polishing. Our Foaming Wheel & Tire Cleaner would be appropriate.
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