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Rim cleaning What is a good product for cleaning the rims? That road grime is hard to get off(especially on white rims).

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Wd-40 is good... but it leaves behind a residue that just sucks dust out of the air like magic... the *best* thing I found for chain-lube removal is that orange hand-cleaner stuff... it works best when it's warm. ...it doesn't leave behind a oily film like the wd-40 does... which is a good thing® in my book. The wd-40 is good for metals, but I don't like to use it on painted(or powdercoated) surfaces.

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