1. Best when used on excessively dirty rims.
2. Pre-rinse wheel with water.
3. Spray liberally on rim, and let sit for 20-30 seconds.
4. Use your tools and wheel mitt to agitate the brake dust from the rim.
5. Rinse off prior to moving to the next wheel.
NOTE: DO NOT use on hot wheels or allow to dry on wheel.
A: Yes, HOWEVER, it is 100% dependant on the quality of the wheel's finish. If the wheel is "aftermarket", always test the cleaner on the inner barrel, when the wheel is cool, and after pre-rinsing. Some "high-production" wheel finishes can be removed with any cleaners, regardless of strength.Q: Will Plum stain tires or paint?
A: Plum will not stain rubber. There is an increased chance of staining, if the vehicle has single-stage paint and Plum is left to dry without rinsing.Q: How long should Plum sit before rinsing off?
A: Assuming the wheel is cool to the touch and pre-rinsed, 30 seconds (during agitation).Q: Is Plum safe for use with cars equipped with Carbon Ceramic Brakes?
A: Yes, but is not recommended nor necessary in most cars with CCB's.Q: Will Plum strip a wheel coating?
I rarely get brake dust build up, but it works well on brake dust. I think the plain brute does a better job for everyday dirt and grime. Plus the trigger on mine leaks.
Does a great job every time. A pleasure to use!
Its such a phenomenal product to use takes off 90% of brake and rail dust and lifts it all off. I used it on the lower portions of my vehicles paint and was pleased how to removed imbedded dirt in the paint. Great product and one of the best wheel cleaners i’ve used. Also pairs very well with brute and or titan 12 degreaser.