Re: tt 2's
I have polished TT2s. No, they aren't hard to keep clean. When I wash my car, I use the same soap and water on them as I do the car. I also wash them with a microfiber mitt. Brushes and textured sponges will leave scratches in the polished finish of the wheel. About once every six months, I get out some mothers billet polish, rub it onto the wheel by hand, and then rub it in with a microfiber towel until it turns black. Then I fold the towel to a new section and wipe the polish off. This makes the wheels look just as good as new. It usually takes about 20 minutes a wheel. Nothing to it. Just don't use harsh cleaners on them!!!
1967 Camaro SS: 406 sbc, 522hp/514 ft lbs, Doug's 1 3/4" headers, M20, posi, 3.73's, vintage air gen IV, IROC steering box, Comp Eng. weld-in sfc's & traction bars, chrome US Mags
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