Wheel and Tire Cleaners: Sprays, Gels, and Liquids

What should you look for when it comes to the best wheel and tire cleaners out there? It depends on your needs when you get down to it.

KevianClean Wheel Cleaner makes its mark of having zero residue. It's safer for the environment. At the same time, it ensures every last bit of the product is formulated to clean out the bonded dirt, debris, and brake dust on your precious wheels. It also works without scratching the car surface or corroding its material.

Then again, you can also avail of wheel and tire cleaner gels that are 100% made in the USA, have the ability to clean both your wheels and tires, and ensure longevity.

Wheel Cleaning You Can Count On

  • The Advantages of Gels: Gels are great whether it's in toothpaste, hair product, or wheel and tire cleaner form because a little gel can go a long way and the more you dissolve the gel into suds and bubbles, the more effective it gets. Penny pinchers in particular favor the gel because a small squeeze bottle of such can go a long way in removing grease, brake dust, dirt, grime, and road salts due to careful portioning and potency. A small squeeze can go a long way.
  • The Benefits of Sprays: As for sprays, you can also save money from using it by deliberately keeping yourself from soaking the wheel with such cleaners. They're also potent and economical, but in a different way as gels. Some people prefer sprays in removing solid particles and stains on your wheels because they don't have to wait to dissolve them in water. They're already in liquid form, you just need to apply them with a standalone wheel-cleaning hog's hair brush or microfiber towel applicator.
  • Gels versus Sprays: Should you get your tire cleaner in gel or liquid form? It depends on your personal preferences. You can save money on both while not compromising on the cleaning power of such products. However, the way you can do such differs. With liquid cleaners, you need to get a factory mixture bottle that can get rid of dirt and stain removal with the effectiveness of bleach. With gels, you're generally discouraged to use huge dollops of the product and instead have to dissolve them with water into loads of suds.
  • Dilution and Increasing Potency as Needed: The dirtier your wheel is, the more of the cleaner you need to clean it off. It is best done in stages or layers so not waste too much of the product in one go, like when spraying the wheel till it's soaking or leaving huge non-dissolved gel residue on your wheel. Also search for cleaners that are known to safely handle wheel types like whitewall, chrome, and aluminum. Go for acid-free formulas as well to ensure it won't eat away at your metal wheels and rubber tires.


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