Great results. I use a similar application (toothbrush and sponge) when cleaning my 15-hole rims. Itâ€™s such a laborious task, though!danwatt - 4/30/2005 4:53 PM
I use Eagle One A2Z. It's amazing stuff. But you still have to clean each hole individually. I use a toothbrush and a sponge, cut in half length wise to fit into the holes. Here are some results:
Here's what I started using after a sumer stint with a cleaning company. On the metal tops of the water fontains we used this dtuff called Deep Luster Stainless Steel Foam Cleaner. The stuff was amazing, strong, yet gently, and got tough dirty out of the way, PLUS left a deep lasting luster. PERFECT. I quit long ago, but never forgot that stuff. I finally got around to going to the cleaning place and buying can of it to clean our rims. Just go to your local cleaning supply house, the places that actually stock JANITORS, and ask for whatever the use as a stainles steel cleaner.erfaniman - 4/29/2005 8:10 PM
hey where can i find this eagle A2Z stuff, and what is the process of cleaning them? THanks for all help!