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Remember: always use an appropriate wheel cleaner for your type of wheel finish. Car Wash is ideal, but when it won't do the job, use a dedicated wheel cleaner.

Most all late model Chrysler and Dodge vehicles came from the factory with coated aluminum wheels. Even polished aluminum wheels are clearcoated.

The only other factory wheel finishes are chrome clad or chrome plate.

For these types of wheel finishes, you can use an "all wheel" cleaner. If you have factory wheels, here is a video just for you which features Mothers Foaming Wheel & Tire Cleaner:

The road is not a forgiving place, so the best strategy for keeping your wheels and tires looking great, is regular maintenance with Mothers® wheel and tire care products.

It's better to clean the tires and wheels before washing the rest of the vehicle, so you take care of the dirtiest areas first.

Clean and rinse each wheel individually before proceeding to the next.

Starting at the top, spray the product liberally on your tire and wheel, about a foot away from the surface.

Allow the foaming action to work for about 30 seconds, then hose off thoroughly with a strong spray of water. The unique spot-free rinse formula means there's no need to hand dry.

At last, a foaming, non-acidic spray formulated to quickly and easily clean both wheels and tires, including blackwalls and whitewalls. Mothers® Foaming All Wheel & Tire Cleaner is safe for painted, clearcoated, color coated, alloy, steel, modular, chrome, or factory treated wheels and hubcaps. Our spray on, hose off design safely penetrates, dissolves and suspends all types of brake dust, grease, dirt, and grime, making rinsing a snap. Unique spot-free rinse leaves wheels perfectly clean, with no need to hand dry.

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