What's up everybody,
It's Kyle from TREADLYFE Detailing -- Working on an Evo X today to show you a little about cleaning wheels even when you're stuck in a parking lot, on the side of the street, in a garage or just generally anywhere you can't make much of a mess.
If you've already done your rinseless wash method then don't toss that water yet! The rinseless method already uses a gallon of water or less and the left overs can be left for the wheels. If you've got water then the rest is:
But I happened to get mine right here in San Jose with Bay Area Car Care Products. Thanks Joe!
This is where you let the product do the bulk of the work. Using the right tools for the job includes what you're using to break down dirt and grease so you can easily wipe it away with your microfiber towels.
First use your de-greaser of choice along with a tire brush to get excessive dirt agitated.
Thoroughly getting between each spoke you can use your wheel woolie to clean the insides of the barrels making sure you pay special attention to areas like calipers or valve stems.
You can use a lug nut brush to get into the tiniest areas, generating lots of foaming action making grime easier to remove.
If you've got one, finish up with a product like Bead Maker to bring shine and condition wheels for their next cleaning.