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Now that the intro special is over (and I see a number of you ordered your sets) figured we could have one place to discuss them/ask questions/share input once you receive them/have time to use them:

 

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Adam's Polishes - Adam's Wheel Woolies Wheel Cleaning Tools

 

Adam's Wheel Woolies Wheel Cleaning Tools

  • High Quality Wool Fibers Clean Safely

  • Long Flexible Handles for Tight Spaces

  • Variety of Sizes Included

  • Made in the USA!

With the variety of sizes and designs on todays wheels finding a solution that will work for your car can be difficult. High performance brakes and tight clearances around wheels, fenders, and other areas of your car can mean cleaning becomes difficult. Thanks to Adam's New Wheel Woolies Wheel Cleaning Tools you'll have more options than ever when it comes to cleaning your car!

 

Made from ultra high quality, densely packed, wool fibers each Adam's Wheel Woolie is safe for all delicate surfaces, yet still durable enough to clean tough areas like fender linings, brake calipers, and deep inside the hoop of your custom wheels! The long, high strength, flexible shafts are metal free and extremely durable.

 

Use Adam's Wheel Woolie Wheel Cleaning Tools to take on the inner hoop of your wheels to give them that like new look. Have a large performance braking system with low clearance to the wheel? No problem! The medium and small Adam's Wheel Woolies compress nicely to fit into almost any tight space for safe and effective cleaning.

 

You'll also love the Adam's Wheel Woolies around your cars grill, exhaust tip, or any other area where traditional cleaning isn't easy. Simply soak the thick wool tips with your preferred soap or cleaner for the job and use the variety of sizes to clean anywhere on your vehicle.

 

Best of all, they're MADE IN THE USA and backed with Adam's unconditional 110% Satisfaction Guarantee!

 

Dimensions: Large = 1/2" x 18" shaft, 3.5" x 6" wool head. Medium = 1/2" x 18" shaft, 2" x 5" wool head. Small = 1/4" x 8" shaft, 1" x 3" wool head.

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I've been using these for a while.

 

A. Medium swab is my go to.

 

B. The mini swab is used wayyyyyy more than I thought.

 

C. The large swab takes care of rubber mats like nobody's business.

 

I plan on adding hockey tape, then heat shrinking it to have a 'comfort' grip. My old hands are starting to arthritisize. These are perfect for when the wheels just don't warrant the Turbostick, for the back barrels. I think it's pretty hard to beat the Boar's Hair Brush fOr the fAces.

 

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I've been using these for a while.

 

A. Medium swab is my go to.

 

B. The mini swab is used wayyyyyy more than I thought.

 

C. The large swab takes care of rubber mats like nobody's business.

 

I plan on adding hockey tape, then heat shrinking it to have a 'comfort' grip. My old hands are starting to arthritisize. These are perfect for when the wheels just don't warrant the Turbostick, for the back barrels. I think it's pretty hard to beat the Boar's Hair Brush fOr the fAces.

 

Mook

 

They definetly look top notch quality!

I could see using them on engine details big time :2thumbs:

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Can't wait to get my cat tails in.....I'm thinking I'm going to love the upgrade you guys did on the medium one :)

 

Cleaned my 'stock' set last night (they were a little grungy)... just waiting for them to dry and then I'll do side by sides of all and post here to give you guys all an idea of where we made the improvements. :thumbsup:

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I would like to grab a set of these now but I'm hoping for a Adams Memorial Day sale:xfingers:

 

LOL,I couldn't wait.Had to place the order for the Wollie's :D

Thank You Adams for offering such a great and helpful item!

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I had a bit of am epiphany... and to borrow a Junkman phrase I have been "chasing the shine". Thus I will be scaling my testing of products back, but the bug to test these bit before wisdom set in. I also haven't had very good luck with the Turbo stick on the barrels of my Coupe's wheels, and am thinking about a wheels off detail to get them "sorted". I have a pair of the Daytona Speed Master brushes I still need to get out of the package but when I saw the handles on these I couldn't help myself...

 

Color me a detailing addict, and my fiance is about to do an intervention...

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Yes Isaac. APC is the choice to clean, hang to dry if you can. I just put them tip down in my cart to let them air dry, then clean the cart after. Can't not detail a detailing cart sheez.

 

Hopefully tomorrow I can get the 'grip' installed, and some pics. Depends how late I'm running.

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I have been using the original Wheel Woolies [from another manufacturer] for a couple of years and have had great results. Assuming they are made similarly you will get thousands of uses out of them. Even with wheel cleaners they look like new after a couple of years.

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Cleaned my 'stock' set last night (they were a little grungy)... just waiting for them to dry and then I'll do side by sides of all and post here to give you guys all an idea of where we made the improvements. :thumbsup:

 

Dylan, did you get a chance to take those side-by-side comparison pics yet? It might sway those still on the fence.

 

Mine should be here today...can't wait! :banana:

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