Auto-Wheel shouldn’t do any damage but it is best to avoid these areas if possible and rinse the area if this does occur. Alternatively to avoid overspray, apply the product with the brush provided instead to localise the application
While these products are both intended to target the same brake dust and other metallic fallout, they are specifically formulated for their own particular job. Korrosol is designed for paintwork and will spread more easily across the surface, while Auto-Wheel is designed to cling on and work on a dirtier, verticle surface. The products will …
Yes, Auto-Wheel is suitable for use on diamond-cut alloy wheels.
We haven’t tested Auto-Wheel with alloy wheel waxes or sealants from other manufacturers, however, the fallout removal effect of Auto-Wheel is only necessary when contamination builds up and the wheels cannot be fully cleaned with regular car shampoo. This is commonly between 3-4 months, so it is likely you will need to reapply the wax …
Spray Auto-Wheel liberally onto your wheels. TIP: Avoid directly spraying the centre caps of the wheels by spraying radially outward from the centre. Wait for the colour changing reaction, normally 1-5 minutes. Wash the wheel thoroughly with a hose or jetwash.
Yes, this will cause no further damage to the wheels, as Auto Wheel only tackles contamination.
Use Double Speed-Wax on alloy wheels.
Auto-Wheel will not damage centre caps, but it will not have any other effect on this part of the wheel, so spraying here is simply wasteful. If any Auto-Wheel does overspray onto the cap, just rinse well to remove cleaner after use.
Use on dry wheels and rinse off with water.
When contamination such as brake dust is observed, which is usually every four months. It isn’t necessary to use Auto-Wheel every time the car is washed, before the contamination builds, the wheels can be washed with a regular car shampoo.