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Old 09-15-2008, 05:28 AM   #1
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Westley's Bleche Wt and Teflon wheels

any of you guys with the Teflon wheel use Bleche White to clean your tires?

concerned with any affect on the coating
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I don't have the teflon wheels sock but on my old Tacoma I used to use bleach white and it seemed like after a few months it started to eat away at the finish on the wheels. I still use it then the tires are really dirty but I just spray it on the brush.
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yeah, i use it all the time on my tires too

i am eventually going to get the Mojave teflon wheels and was curious how they hold up to Westley's
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sock, I used bleech white when I had raised white letters, never had any issues. But my moms new car has the coated wheels and my dad and I talk about it.
If you use BW on the coalted wheels he stated "do not spray the tire, spray a wet brush and do the white area ONLY. Do the letters and then ASAP rinse COMPLETELY".
I consider my dad wise in alot of areas, and if he told me this he must of seen something or heard someone talk about it.
Personally if it is a concern, I would look into other items, simple green, or maybe even soft scrub.
I was concerned that is why I turn my letters facing inside....no worries.
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i quit using that stuff... too dangerous of a product IMO. Simple Green on the tires will work just fine and wont stain/affect ANY type of wheel.
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