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Old 02-09-2007, 09:03 PM   #3
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Originally Posted by Crawdads View Post
Don't use simple green on aluminum.

for more info google hydrogen embrittlement.

That being said, I have a set of full royal sports bronze rotas..and the paint is very thin and easy to chip...the chips show up well because of the darker color of the wheel finish.
Thanks for the info on the Simple Green. Ive used it several times with no visual effect on the paint. I don't have bare aluminum wheels, is the "polished looking" part of Royal wheel actually bare polished metal, or is there a coating on it. Also How does the polished part look...assuming you've had the wheels for a while? How often do you wash them.

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