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Hey Guys What Do You Use To Clean up Dirty Wheels On 84 Goldwing?
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WD40 & 0000 wood refinishing steel wool. Very fine steel wool.
 

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Soap & water, then...

Armor-All, or similar.

If they're really bad you could use a rubbing compound on the silver/aluminum areas. Not on the black though.
 

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Thanks Dancinbear, Bike & Dennis

No Other opinions

Thanks anyway:(
 

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Flatwing wrote:
Thanks Dancinbear, Bike & Dennis

No Other opinions

Thanks anyway:(
That is odd, normally this site is very opinionated. :cooldevil:

Maybe it's because we've given you all the options in two answers.
 

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Here is some stuff I had been looking at: http://www.englishcustompolishing.com/

I bought some chromed wheels for mine and some new rubber and I'm going to have those installed and then get to trying to polish the old wheels. Right now they look terrible. The PO of my bike did not tend to those, and in fact it looks like he did try to use some sort of inappropriate wheel cleaner that left black streaks in the wheels. I think it might polish out. I'm going to try some of that english stuff.
 

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i use Wenol, Semichrome, or mothers. and 000 fine steelwool. then over it again with same product and a cotton rag.
 
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