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I have uncoated polished aluminum Mickey Thompson wheels on my truck. I polish them using wading from Mothers and even the paste polish. The finish turns out great but 2 weeks later I get terrible spots on the wheels from water and whatever. It actually tarnished the wheel to some point. Is there any kind of whipe on sealers out there? I have heard people talk about some but cannot think of who made it.
 

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after you clean them put a good coat of wax on them it helps for a couple months but use good wax
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I have tried several kinds of wax after I polish them but the darn things still do it. There must be a lot of minerals in the water around here or something.
 

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the only other thing is to clean them the have them powder coated with clear . it is alot more durable than just regular clear coat paint. from then on just wash off
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ken cryder said:
the only other thing is to clean them the have them powder coated with clear . it is alot more durable than just regular clear coat paint. from then on just wash off
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Thats what I would do. Randy White @ TopKoat in Kennedale does it. http://www.topkoat.com
 

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I used the Meguiars Mirror Glaze polish on my Centerline uncoated polished alum. wheels and it did wonders, worked great, I made the mistake of using some stuff for coated wheels and it put all these nasty spots on the wheels and the meguiares took it right off
 
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