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Old 01 Jun 2004, 09:22 am
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Default Accord 03 4Cyl alloy wheels getting dirty


I have a accord 03 4cyl with factory alloy wheels, I noted that these wheels
gets dirty(or deposited with brake dust) very fast within a drive of 5
Miles. Is there any way to prevent it (It needs constant cleaning all the
Another note I am finding tiny corrosion spots all over the alloy wheel
inside surface(Not out side which is visible on the sides but the
cylindrical part inside surface). I keep my car in garage and clean it very
often. How you guys who own the same car maintain these wheels. I like the
finish of this wheel very much but worried ...
Any suggestions appreciated


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