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Safe NON corrisive, wheel spray for brake dust?

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    Question Safe NON corrisive, wheel spray for brake dust?

    Is their such a thing? I plan to upgrade to ceramic pads in the future but for now whats a good safe non corrisive wheel cleaner to use?

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    The only wheel cleaner I ever found that I liked for chrome was made by Turtle, in a green bottle. When I had chrome wheels, I used it frequently and it never caused any problems with my chrome. Cleaned up the wheels nicely.
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    p21s wheel cleaner. Its ph balance/non acidic. Very nice, safe product!
    http://www.glimmerglassdetailing.com/p2whcl10.html

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    i like eagle one aluminum spray it works well for me, but in between washes, i use my adams quick detail on cool surface wheels, that works really well for me

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