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[Amazon.ca] Meguiar's Ultimate All Wheel Cleaner [709mL] — $11.67

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[Amazon.ca] Meguiar's Ultimate All Wheel Cleaner [709mL] — $11.67

** In stock as of July 6 **

Not at the ATL but pretty good considering it sells for around the same price at Regional Indicator Symbol Letters Us retailers.
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To see how Meguiar's compare to other brands, check out RFD Reviews' list of the best wheel cleaners!
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This or hot rims tire and wheel cleaner?
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Nov 9, 2008
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Not a bad price, seems to have good reviews, bought 5 should last me awhile
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How does this compare to Sonax?
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ar2020 wrote: This or hot rims tire and wheel cleaner?
This is much better dedicated Wheel cleaner. I believe hot rims is also potentially "bad" for some finishes of wheels... do your research on that but in general this is up there with Sonax and Sonax is typically $20/bottle with less volume.
psyh wrote: How does this compare to Sonax?
I've used both. I think it depends on the finish of your wheel. On a darker and painted wheel I found Megs to be more abrasive in removing brake dust deposits. And IIRC Sonax bottles are less volume so more $/mL. YMMV but I would say this is a overall more superior product.
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This is a half decent iron remover on the cheap as well!
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Anyone know if it works well w pasti dipped rims?
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jonnyyaa wrote: Anyone know if it works well w pasti dipped rims?
SAFE FOR ALL WHEELS: Acid free and pH balanced - safe for all wheel finishes
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sneek wrote: This is a half decent iron remover on the cheap as well!
Always wondered how this works as a iron remover? Just spray it on the paint when its dry??
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Feb 4, 2010
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IT's been confirmed on another forum from Meguires that Ultimate Wheel Cleaner can be used as an iron remover and is safe on paint. but I would totally test that out first to be sure, never know these days with the thin paint formulas of new car paints these days compared to 40yrs ago. That's why its so hard to come by right now. cheapest iron remover you can buy.
You should rinse your wheels before you spray any chemicals on them.
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congeetime wrote: Always wondered how this works as a iron remover? Just spray it on the paint when its dry??
I use it on a new car paint for iron removal. So far so good
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Feb 4, 2010
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you can try to PM with canadian tire they have plenty in stock for 17.99
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A couple coats of ceramic wax on the rims. Done.
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I tend to stay away from wheel cleaners and just use soap and water. On painted/clearcoated wheels in good condition and well cared for (i.e. cleaned often), there's no need to use "wheel cleaners" really. Just use the same thing you wash the car with (just use a separate bucket, sponge/cloth, and wash and rinse the wheels before the rest of the vehicle).

However wheel cleaners that change colour (like this) are indeed the ones that contain iron remover and yes this will work as an iron remover on the rest of your paint--it's probably more useful for that than cleaning wheels TBH.
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Mar 28, 2011
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Bought the same on amazon.ca on 24 may for a *standard price* of 12.42.

Misleading original price. Savings of only 75 cents.
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Sep 29, 2003
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It says in stock July 6, anyone else getting that message?

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