Wheel Cleaners for Specialty Cleaning

Washing cars is one thing but washing wheels is another thing altogether. Wheels need extra care because they take more abuse than the car paint finish and main body. They tires have the most contact with the road.

The wheels get next to the most wear and tear as well compared to the engine because they're the parts that are required to keep turning in order to move the car. They need to be cleaned up regularly so that the accumulation of dirt, road salts, brake dust, and street debris won't end up shortening their lifespan when push comes to shove.

With that in mind, the average bottle of wheel cleaner or two such as the KevianClean Wheel Cleaner can be used to get you at least five full wheel cleaning sessions depending on bottle size.

What to Expect from Wheel Cleaners

  • Specialty Cleaning: You can also avail of a specialty cleaner or a product used to clean the most exotic of vehicles with their own sensitive needs, such as certain vintage vehicles. There are wheel cleaners out there that are designed to be pH-balanced and acid-free. The last thing you want out of your cleaner is something that defeats its purpose and damages your wheels when used wrong. KevianClean Wheel Cleaner in particular is known for its environment-friendly formulation that leaves no residue or dangerous chemicals behind when being rinsed off.
  • Formulated to Get Rid of Damaging Materials: There are many things out there that can damage your wheels and tires, chief among them grease, grime, dirt, brake dust, and embedded metals. You want a well-lubricated formula of wheel cleaner designed to get rid of these foreign objects from the axles of your wheels to keep them running and turning instead of getting stuck and corroded. At the same time, it should be mild enough and lack harsh chemicals that could ruin the finish of the wheel hubs and rims.
  • Deals with Different Coats of Wheels: The best of the best wheel cleaners out there are also capable of dealing with different wheel surfaces, whether they're cleaner-coated, anodized, or painted wheels. They should be safe to apply to most any surface without resulting in paint peeling, corrosion, or removal of protective coatings. It's recommended that a soft brush is used to apply and work the cleaner into the grime and dirt to ensure instant results after rinsing.
  • A Balance between Strength and Safety: Wheel cleaners should have a balance between strength and safety. It's like how people doing the laundry balance out their bleach usage. Bleach is very effective in making your dirty whites clean and pristine again, but excessive soaking can result in the laundry becoming threadbare, thus defeating the purpose of using such an agent. In turn, a wheel cleaner should be tough on dirt and grime but not so strong it even damages the wheels themselves.


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