The wheels had significant build-up so received a long dwell from Wolf’s Chemicals Decon Gel to allow any brake dust caked on the calipers or wheels to break down gently, this rinsed off and was followed with a strong mix of Autobrite Wheel Brite Gel combined with the bushy Daytona Wheel Brush and Vikan Soft Brush to get in all those type spots. The tyres scrubbed down with a Vikan Wheel & Arch Brush and APC removing any tyre dressing that may be left on and the inner wheel arches/lining were also scrubbed with the same combination.
Below; First clean over, followed with the Mint Detailing Brushes to get through the Lugnuts/caps and tighter delicate areas.
The entire car was then pressure washed off, followed by a wash with Duragloss Wash Shampoo using the 2 Bucket Method – and this is to show you why the 2 Bucket Method makes sense:
Car was then rinsed off and Wolf’s Chemicals Decon Gel was sprayed over the entire car and left for approx. 8-10mins and to our surprise we noticed bleeding dots appeared over the entire vehicle from caked contaminants such as carbon fall out and raildust from daily commuting throughout Sydney.
(Photos above show Decon Gel reacting to the metal contamination over the paintwork! Looks like “bleeding” rain drops almost!)