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I have a Camaro ZL1 which is pretty bad for break dust. I'm looking to see if anyone has any advice for which product to use for protecting wheels. I have tried Quick Sealant in the past but I was wondering if anyone had any experience using the H2O Guard and Gloss on their wheels. Thanks!

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I use Quick Sealant on all of my wheels as well, but I'm going to test out HGG on the split spoke z06 wheels on my truck later this week since the Hawk pads I'm running on it seem to love to make a lot of dust. I'll add some before and after photos and some test results to this thread after some 'spirited driving' on some amazing mountain backroads near my house ;)

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You can absolutely use HGG on your wheels.  Also, if you want something a little more substantial than Quick Sealant, the Liquid Paint Sealant works as well.  It will be slightly more labor intensive applying/ removing a cream but the LPS holds up nicely.  

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I just used Quick Sealant on the front and back of my chrome Corvette wheels. The barrels are painted and far from smooth in some areas. As much as I'd like the sealant to last as long as possible, I suspect removing the residue/haze from Paint Sealant might be a hassle.

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Thank you for all of the replies and advice. I decided to apply Quick Sealant to one side of the car and H2O Guard and Gloss to the other. I'll check back wit the results in a few days when I wash it again.

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I have always used quick sealant on my rims for a while now.  But this last wash I used GandG on them and it was crazy easy since I didn't have to make sure they were all dry.  My rims are satin black 22's and it really brought a nice deep black sheen to them!

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Just this past weekend I washed my new stock wheels getting them ready to mount on winter tires in next couple of months and get them ready for Nov to go on car. I used Paint sealent for all the spokes and nooks I could access and buff with hand pad and mf towel as well as the inside of the barrel. I'm waiting to receive the Quick sealant this week to hit up the really tight areas before I top off with a wheel wax over it. Hoping they provide enough protection this winter with salt and these horrible chemicals they are using lately on roads.

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