High End Car Care Supplies | 850+ Products | 59 Brands| 4,500+ Reviews | 600+ Ask-a-Pro Blog Posts

Ask a Pro Categories

Pro Detailer Authors

Other Authors

Subscribe

More

Clean Shine Protect

Ask a Pro Categories

Pro Detailer Authors

Other Authors

Subscribe

More

Cookies are disabled in your web browser. To shop with Detailed Image, please turn cookies on and then refresh the page.

Video How-To: Thoroughly and Safely Clean Your Wheels

by

Not long ago, we briefly spoke about some typical misses when folks clean their wheels and how hitting a few bullet points would improve the results.

Later, what I wanted to do was something that would provide a more extensive look at cleaning wheels while they are mounted (more to come on how we detail/coat wheels that are removed from the automobile later). After starting the piece, it became clear that there would never be a better solution than to provide a video reference. If a picture is worth 1,000 words, what is a video worth?

We realize that there is no single right way to clean wheels safely. But what we aim to provide is the approach we use at Detailed Designs Auto Spa, with hopes you will find something of value that you can incorporate into your own workflow.

The video is not short. But hopefully you will appreciate the visual references from start to finish and not needing to use your imagination.

If you would like to follow our pattern, you can use the following tools:

Buy Products From This Article

Purchase the products used in this article individually or in one convenient package here!

View Products Now

Jean-Claude Corcoran
Jean-Claude Corcoran
Detailed Designs Auto Spa
Atlanta, GA
DetailedDesignsAutoSpa.com
Facebook | Twitter

4 comments on Video How-To: Thoroughly and Safely Clean Your Wheels

  1. Brian Guy says:

    Very well done video Jean-Claude!

  2. Jean-Claude Corcoran Jean-Claude says:

    I appreciate it Brian.

  3. Donavan says:

    Is it a good idea to pre rinse the wheel before applying the cleaners? Or does that dilute the cleaners.

    • I go on a case by case basis. The products you’re using as well as the temperature and how quickly you will be rinsing would play a role. If you are battling filming with your products, rinsing more and even before cleaning would be a good idea.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Commenting Rules

  • Try to keep your comments as relevant as possible.
  • Don't be abusive: no personal attacks or any other nastiness.
  • Feel free to express your opinion, but do so in an eloquent way.

If you do not respect these rules your comments may be edited or even deleted.

Detailed Image Footer Border
Close overlay