There are a number of non-abrasive spray products out there that are safe for
most (all?) alloy wheels. Audi itself sells one. Spray in on, wash off with a
hose. I also use a soft bristle brush to get in the hard to reach spots.
I have used Goop handcleaner or similar to clean the wheels. It really EASILY
dissolves that crud on the wheels for me!
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Have tried several - the best product undoubtedly the wheel cleaner from
Wόrth which is jellyish and therefore sticks to the wheel and doesn't
evaporize before you have time to flush it off with a high pressure cleaner.
Normal "dish-detergent" + brush is also effective (Sunlight, Palmolive or
whatever brand you're using ).
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