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    Default ZAS enquiry

    Was wondering if you have anything like this in your product range.

    G2 High Performance Paint Systems: 8 oz. WheelWax - The Ultimate Protection for Your Wheels

    Just getting fed up with the MPS brake dust issue so im looking for something that help my glossy wheels stay clean for a lot longer than a few days.

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    Hi Nirvandan,

    I do have access to that product and can get it in. You might like to look at our wheel sealant here Prima Wheel Armour.

    It's an all-in-one product, so you dont need to prep the surface first. Just give the wheels a wash, then apply. It is very easy on and off. When your wheels start to get dusty, wipe them over with a dry towel and they are clean again. It stops the brake dust from actually bonding to the wheel. When you touch the dust with your finger it just falls off. It's also anti-static to reduce the dust build up too.

    Here's what it looks like when you apply it. It goes on clear then dries to a haze



    Then you buff off and my Pov pack wheels look like this



    Hope that helps!
    Last edited by ZAS; 19-02-2009 at 10:15 PM.

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    Or you can just change your brake pads like I did and have 2 or 3 weeks of dust free motoring.



    Happy Motoring
    duglet

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    Shhhh don't tell him that. You'll put me out of business

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    I would go the ZAS stuff over wheel wax. Wheel wax has poor to average durability and i recall Joel saying the wheel armor was synthetic which is what you need for wheels. Do that and change pads and your wheels will be super clean

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    Thanks guys.

    I will order some of the Prima Wheel Armour.

    ...and will change pads once current ones die....., a while to go.

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    Could this be used on painted calipers ?????? if not then what .... seems impossible to keep them clean =(

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    Yes, you could use it on painted calipers. It will seal them just the same it would painted wheels.

    I never actually thought of doing that. Nice idea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZAS View Post
    Yes, you could use it on painted calipers. It will seal them just the same it would painted wheels.

    I never actually thought of doing that. Nice idea.
    Thats awesome now they might actually stay red for longer than a day

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    Mine are black

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    yes, dugles pads are very god at stoping the dust, i cleaned up his alloys!! it was very light work, after he rekoned 2-3 weeks of driving!!

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    I have a tub of wheel wax and have to say it was a waste of money- issue is two thing- durability is crap compared to a synthetic, and removing it from the wheel is also very hard- think of it as an old style wax- a pain to get off.

    The durability of synthetic is much better, and far easier to apply/remove.

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    Good info Shin....cheers.

    Joel is gonna hook me up with all the righ stuff for my car
    Last edited by Nirvandan; 23-02-2009 at 07:19 PM.

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