Cleaning your wheels

Put a capful of your favourite wash into a 3/4 full Wheels bucket, then froth it up with the pressure washer to get a nice head of suds.

One wheel at a time, shake your bottle of Wheely Clean, then lightly mist the wheel face, being sure to get it into the corners and crevices of the wheel. Leave it on the wheel for 45 seconds - 1 minute until the purple reaction reaches its peak (if it starts to go yellow, it's past its peak - you want to be cleaning the wheel before it starts to turn yellow).

Dip The Flat Head brush in the wash suds solution, take it to the wheel and begin cleaning the inside barrel at the top of the wheel. Work your way in one direction around the wheel in and out of the spokes, dipping the brush back into the suds solution as needed, to clean the brush out and get more wash suds as you go. Be sure to get in behind the brake caliper - this is a great feature of this brush with the flat and flexible end.

With the inside barrels done, grab the Little Chubby brush, dip it into the wash suds and begin cleaning the wheel face, starting at the top of the wheel and working your way around, being sure to get into corners and crevices.

Use the Nuts & Guts brush on wheel nuts, tyre pressure valve and any hard to reach areas that the other brushes couldn't get to.

Now rinse the wheel thoroughly with the pressure washer, being sure to remove all the suds from the wheel face and the inside barrels.

Dirtier Rims Pre-Clean

If your wheels have heavily built-up grime, or a more delicate/ gloss painted finish, to minimise the chance of creating micro-scratching we suggest this little change in the technique.

First, spray Wheely Clean onto the rims, leave it to sit for 45 seconds to a minute and then thoroughly pressure wash it off. This will remove the heavier grime and grit that may create scratches on your wheels finish. From here, begin cleaning the still-wet rim with the brushes as per above.