Ceramic coated wheels

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    lf you have ever been unsure about the benefits of ceramic coating your wheels have a look at this

    l was always reluctant about ceramic coating my wheels mainly due to the cost of product l thought £40.00 for 30ml of product was crazy
    but when l had my wheels refurbished last year l bit the bullet and bought some ceramic coating to apply before fitting the wheels ready for summer 2018

    today the car had done around 1200 miles since the wheels were last cleaned and they looked like this

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    two minutes with a pressure washer with just water and no chemicals they came up like this

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    and then two minutes with a wheel woolie and some car shampoo n the wheel bucket and it was job done

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    so even after 12 months of use the wheels are still super easy to clean and come up lovely with very little effort so ceramic coated wheels get the thumbs up from me
     
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    after 36k miles the first car I had a coating on, the wheels still looked new. Including the insides. Prob the thing I would recommend over anything else for a car.
     
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    I have not washed my car since the coating was applied on W/C 13th Aug, it’s still clean and the wheels look good. I have concluded that the ceramic coating also stops the brake dust sticking.
     

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