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Adams Wheel and Tire on Exhaust tips?


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Hi Russ, we typically recommend our All Purpose Cleaner or Eco All Purpose Cleaner with a Wheel Woolie to clean exhaust tips, but our Wheel & Tire Cleaner would be another good option for a heavy duty type of cleaner. With any chemical (and even water), you do not want to spray hot exhaust tips on a vehicle that has just been driven - make sure to give the exhaust tips time to cool down so that they are cool to the touch before you begin to spray anything on them. Just like wheels, clean the exhaust tips in the shade if possible, and do not allow any cleaners to dry into them. 

Once you have the majority of the soot and exhaust residue removed, I use the Air Cannon or Blaster Sidekick to dry them off, and then use Metal Polish #1 with a Microfiber Applicator to finish them off to as close to perfect as possible. If you make sure to clean the exhaust tips at every wash, they will be easier to maintain and the soot and exhaust residue will be easier to wash off each time too!

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Personally, my tips don't get that dirty.  I just wash them along with the rest of the car and use Metal Polish on them with a ball on a drill, and a rag around the ball.  Works great for tips that aren't in really bad shape.

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