Cleaning up rims


Asked by Jan 22, 2016 at 03:54 PM

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

So I got some brake fluid on my rims and
it's all dried up I tried just getting it off with
some soap but it didn't come off any

6 Answers


If your rims are painted then the brake fluid probably damaged the paint. Try some wheel polish.


They're chrome


try some mothers ...

Best Answer

Does it look "cloudy" where the stains are?




I have had good luck cleaning up cloudy clear coat on wheels with Meguiar's cleaner wax - not that I have had brake fluid on the wheels.

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