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I found a couple ideas for you- also you could try using Mr Clean Magic erasers they work great
Hi KD. For the dust, the fine specs can be removed with a clay bar, but for the big chunks, I recommend using a nylon putty knife. It should remove the gunk without scratching your wheels to death. I hope this info helps you. Good luck KD.
We just use a pressure washer at the car wash and the soap brush.
Since there may be asbestos dust in there, follow these recommendations:
Hi there, here's a great video that will show you how - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kEjI4fIHXAU
Once you remove the brake dust and clean your wheels you might want to consider getting a set of brake dust covers. They are a thin, round metal disc that mounts between your wheel and the hub. They are cheap and any shop will install them for minimal cost
I would not wait any longer than yesterday to power wash them at the car wash & dry them by hand with an clean rag, as brake dust will corrode & pit alloy wheels permanently.
Use Williams Waterless Car Cleaner.............available on TV or online.......
Here is a nice video for you: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kEjI4fIHXAU
a good brush and warm soapy water should do the trick for you!
You can use krud kutter thats what we use https://amzn.to/2U9wytw
Scrub brush and comet gets it clean or Clorox cleanup and a scrub brush get a small brush to for small areas
Many de-greasers should do the job.