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American Racing Wheel Wax changes the surface polarity of wheels to repel the brake dust and makes the wheels easier to clean
Who writes this stuff for them anyway??? :winkgrin:

Based on the description, its a polymer sealant (aka liquid wax) with a little polish thrown in for good measure. Just get you some regular liquid wax and use it. That's what I do. It works fine.

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"American Racing Wheel Wax changes the surface polarity of wheels to repel the brake dust and makes the wheels easier to clean."
There is a problem with that. I got some and polished in a counter-clockwise direction. It reversed the polarity and attracted the dirt. (What a load of crap.)
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"American Racing Wheel Wax changes the surface polarity of wheels to repel the brake dust and makes the wheels easier to clean."
There is a problem with that. I got some and polished in a counter-clockwise direction. It reversed the polarity and attracted the dirt. (What a load of crap.)
Dave
You must have used the passenger-side version on the driver's side. I did that and the polarity spun off as soon as I got up to speed.

:naive:

In a serious vein, somebody posted about Zoop Seal earlier today. Never used it myself but they were enthusiastic about it.

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Get one of those magic cleaners that attatches to a drill, and you buff the whole underside of youy car with this wax - - - bet the car will levitate! Look out Luke Skywalker, got my own landspeeder now! :trooper:
 
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