1.Rinse & Wash With Car Shampoo
Rinse to remove major dirt and use car shampoo.
Scrubbing tires and wheels where sand and mud still remain may leave scratches on the wheel's surfaces. Rinse off dirt using hose pressure, and start washing with the car shampoo.
Use a toothbrush for cleaning narrow parts on wheels!
Use an old toothbrush for cleaning narrow parts where a sponge can't reach. If dirt heavily adheres, put the car shampoo onto the toothbrush and scrub.
Scrubbing aggressively may cause scratches.
Remove difficult dirt from wheels, using wheel cleaners!
It can clean off dirt with a simple process: Spray → Scrub with a sponge → Rinse.
We recommend you use non-abrasive cleaners which don't leave scratches. A cleaner which contains a coating effect can maintain a clean condition for a long time, preventing dirt from adhering.
New Wheel Tonic 400
- We have other products to remove difficult dirt from wheels.
2.Use Tire Cleaner.
Tires are dirtier than you think.
Tires are exposed to asphalt tar, mud, sand, dust, etc. Generally, the regular car wash can't remove these difficult substances. So, use a tire cleaner! We recommend a spray type which allows for use while keeping your hands clean.
- 4-X Tire Cleaner
We recommend the cleaner with gloss and coating effects!
You can leave it after spraying.
Dirt will be rinsed with the cleaner, and it brings back a like-new black gloss on tires.
Types of Tire Cleaners
There are various types of tire cleaners depending on use. A solid type adds a natural-looking black gloss, a liquid type can improve gloss, dirt resistance, durability, etc. You can chose what you like!