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Glaze is for shiny surface, not a good idea to apply to that textured matte area. Try cleaning with APC like suggested.

 

Yeah I figured that out now. I got suggestions to use it in a previous thread and I was hesitant. I tried cleaning it off with some detail spray right after it and it pretty much just masked it until my next wash which was about a week ago. Hopefully the APC will work because I want to sell these guys during the winter :S

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Yeah I figured that out now. I got suggestions to use it in a previous thread and I was hesitant. I tried cleaning it off with some detail spray right after it and it pretty much just masked it until my next wash which was about a week ago. Hopefully the APC will work because I want to sell these guys during the winter :S

 

It's just a glaze man. APC will knock it off no problem.

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Yeah I figured that out now. I got suggestions to use it in a previous thread and I was hesitant. I tried cleaning it off with some detail spray right after it and it pretty much just masked it until my next wash which was about a week ago. Hopefully the APC will work because I want to sell these guys during the winter :S

 

No worries... we all make the occasional mistake, this looks 100% fixable.

 

Keep us posted on how the APC works for you. If it doesn't completely remedy the problem the next step would hand rubbing them down with a little SSR. My brothers satin finish wheels had some staining from chemicals at a car wash. Rubbing the area out by hand with a mf towel and SSR cleared them up, but it was a lot of work.

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It's just a glaze man. APC will knock it off no problem.

 

Thanks... that actually comforted me a lot.

 

No worries... we all make the occasional mistake, this looks 100% fixable.

 

Keep us posted on how the APC works for you. If it doesn't completely remedy the problem the next step would hand rubbing them down with a little SSR. My brothers satin finish wheels had some staining from chemicals at a car wash. Rubbing the area out by hand with a mf towel and SSR cleared them up, but it was a lot of work.

 

Alright cool, thanks for the help everyone. I'm going to put my winter wheels on Saturday so I have the ability to work on it off the car.

 

Thanks again - APC then SSR if that fails.

 

 

Hah, I just noticed that this forum auto filters the acronyms for the names and names for the acronyms... Slick

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And remember to test first (with anything) before going hog wild... try the APC at half strength to start in a small area and see what kind of results you get. Increase the ratio as needed.

 

Same goes for the SSR if you need to go there. Test a spot to make sure the results are what you want before hitting the whole wheel.

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