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Cleaning front wheel wells

This is a discussion on Cleaning front wheel wells within the Showcar and Detailing forums, part of the General Help category; Just wondering if anyone has any special tricks on keeping the front wheel wells and the suspension parts looking clean ...

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    Cleaning front wheel wells

    Just wondering if anyone has any special tricks on keeping the front wheel wells and the suspension parts looking clean and new. Some of the paint has peeled off I was going to clean it really good then paint it again. Once that's done I just want to keep it looking nice. Any tips are appreciated

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    Here's what I did back in '09 after we bought our car: Spring cleaning

    I have since purchased and installed new GM front wheel well liners.

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    Has anyone else used this stuff? Just wondering how long it last and if its worth paying more for shipping than the product itself?

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    Buy a gallon of it, you won't be disappointed. It lasts about 2 or 3 weeks on my everyday truck. The car I do it once in the beginning of the year and don't touch it all summer. They have a lot of good products.

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    Ordered a gallon of it. Cant wait to get the car all clean and detailed for spring.

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    if you are going for a show car look I highly recommend this for the tires as well...

    TURTLE WAX® BLACK TIRE COAT

    I've been using it for a while and people always ask about it...I use it like once every 4-5 months. Mask your wheels off, put a couple of coats on and forget about tire shine for like 4-5 months lol you can wash them and it doesn't come off...drive in rain and it doesn't come off...dont have to worry about it slinging into your wheel wells or onto the side of your car either.

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