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Can I buy those separately anywhere? Mine are all manky and dirty and I can't seem to clean them off. are they hard to replace?
 

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I need to do something like this my triangle surrounds are really grubby from exhaust fumes, my rear splitter/bumper around the triangles is also charred :(
 

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Hmm, perhaps time to buy some Autosol. I'll give it a shot over the weekend :)
 

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Get some heavy duty alloy cleaner on there, give it a scrub with a harder cloth and then spend a good while with autosol to really polish it.

Worked on mine and look brand new.
 

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Get some heavy duty alloy cleaner on there, give it a scrub with a harder cloth and then spend a good while with autosol to really polish it.

Worked on mine and look brand new.
Yes can second that - used Wonderwheels on mine (and very quickly on the paintwork underneath the triangles) and cleaned up really well. Wouldn't use it on my wheels though!
 

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autosol and some alloy wheel cleaner from Halfrauds does work indeed. I wish there was an easy eay to get the off the car - would prefer to work on them in my kitchen on a nice flat surface rather than kneeling on the street :s
 
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