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Clio alloys gettin tooo dirty!!



  Clio DCi 65
Ive just put sum alloys onto my clio,

The front 2 are already stinking dirty after about a week whilst the back 2 are only a lil bit dirty,

Is there anyway of stoping them from gettin so dirty?

one my mates sed summin about wax or sumthing?

Cheers
 
  182 has now gone!
DamoWales said:
Ive just put sum alloys onto my clio,

The front 2 are already stinking dirty after about a week whilst the back 2 are only a lil bit dirty,

Is there anyway of stoping them from gettin so dirty?

one my mates sed summin about wax or sumthing?

Cheers

Put a coat of wax or get some break dust barrier for them from Halfords.. Wont stop it from sticking completely but will be easier to wash off..
 
  Clio DCi 65
Hmmm cheers mate,

I need some springs first,

I had 3 balld tyres so i had to put them on but i wantd to get springs coz it looks bit stupid atm!!

I cant afford any either n xmas is soo far away haha!
 
edde said:
Jsut don't wash it. After a bit they'll all go the same colour.

:approve:

mine are a nicer shade of anthracite at the moment. I might "polish" the lip of them tomorrow :eek:
 
  BMW E46 330i Touring
You can buy brake pads that don't give off as much dust mate, although they aren't as efficient as stopping AFAIK. Learn to live with it, or just coast to a stop at every junction...
 
Mate of mine used to put a coat of vaseline on his pepper pot alloys on his Mk4 Ford Escort years ago. Sweared by it too...

He always got weird looks though going into Boots to buy 5 jars of the stuff ;)
 


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