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^^^^This exactly. It's a known problem admitted to me by BFG. Alas, their "offer" for replacement was not much of an offer, basically a FU. I get the SOS pads and scrub brushes out every couple of months to temporarily get rid of the brownness. YMMV

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I use Bleach White on my quick to brown T/A’s works great…but starting to bleach the black around it a bit too 🤣🤣🤣 I’m tossing them after my repaint.
 

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I do not recommend Bleche White. If you getting a little bit of over spray on your wheels, it will ruin them. If you do go this route make sure they're well protected or wet, and rinse off immediately. I had a nice set of polished aluminum wheels I ruined this way when I was in high school.

I use the Brillo pads.
 
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