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?
Amazing product, PH balanced so it is safe on the car paint and it cleans and decontaminates the wheel with ease. Very safe, very effective, and great cost.
I’m the type of person who will skip cleaning my wheels when I wash my car simply out of laziness.
I’ve used other wheel cleaners before, but today I tried this one. I was actually shocked at how well it worked. I followed the instructions on the bottle, sprayed, waited 15 seconds, and agitated.
I couldn’t believe how easily everything came off. What would normally take me a lot of time and physical effort took me less than a minute/wheel with barely any pressure with my mitt at all.
I’m very glad I tried this product.
Plum works as intended, and knowing the ‘purple’ effect is sometimes used for show in other products I like how Larry explains that in his video and just makes it purple to begin with. No fluff whatsoever.