So I did a super dumb thing to my new wheels last week, I had family due in so I was in a hurry cleaning up my Jeep. I ended up spraying some Lysol brand all puropse cleaner on my wheels to help get the dirt off before washing them off with the car wash.
After I sprayed them off I noticed they still had a white haze to them almost like the soap had dried on them but it wasnt. From everything I read so far it looks like it has did some sort of chemical etch in paint/powdercoat. I have tried a baking soda peroxide mix, engine degreaser, Zymol cleaner wax, mag wheel polish and rubbing compund and it still wont come off.
Has anyone else ran into this problem with their steel wheels or know of some sort of chemical I could use to get this off so I can apply a good coating of wax and buff them back to their former glory????? I need something pretty strong that wont cause any more damage. Thanks for any and all help. Pics are located here and show what they did look like compared to what they look like now.
I would try using a clay bar treatment that you would normally use when detailing a car on them. If that doesn't get it off you might have to try wet sanding / repainting them.
Originally Posted by mrblaine
I like the arms, they are a good solution, but they really aren't worth the effort for the average person and you already see the BS that goes on over bushings VS JJ's, the crap that would go on over J arms would be epic.
Lysol might have an idea or two. I'd call the customer support number on the can/bottle.
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