How To Protect Aluminum Wheels – Chemical Guys Max Coat Wheel Guard

How To Protect Aluminum Wheels – Chemical Guys Max Coat Wheel Guard

Hey guys, welcome back to the Detail Garage. Today I have this 1969 Alfa Romeo GTV race car. I already cleaned the rims on this. Now it’s time to protect them. Obviously these are going to get dirty again because the owner of this vehicle likes to drive it hard. And it’s going to stop hard, which kicks up a lot of break dust. And I’m going to try my best to prevent any kind of further damage to the rim. Also give it some nice shine and protection. I’ll be using Max Coat Wheel Guard. You simply apply it to the rim, let it sit for 5-10 minutes and wipe it off. The high points of this product is that it’s going to give you a high shine a lot of durability, also going to give you some protection against waterspots and brake dust. I’m applying some of the Max Coat Wheel Guard to my applicator here. I’m going to spread it out as evenly as I can across the rim. Also along this lip here. Max Coat Wheel Guard is safe for chrome, aluminum, stainless, pretty much any kind of rim surface. Giving it a nice shine and protection. So now that I have evenly coated this rim here. I’m going to let it sit for 10 minutes. So it gets a for sure bond and then I’m going to wipe off the excess. So now it’s been about 10 minutes. I’m gonna go and wipe it off using a clean microfiber towel. Now the rim has a nice coat of nice durable protection which gives it a high shine. It’s going to make it a little harder for brake dust and water spots to stick to it which is going to make it easier to clean next time. So there you have it. If you want to learn more about Max coat wheel Guard, go ahead and check it out on our website, If you like this video be sure to give it a thumbs up. Also don’t forget to subscribe. We’ll see you next time.

10 Replies to “How To Protect Aluminum Wheels – Chemical Guys Max Coat Wheel Guard”

  1. The website states up to 8 months of protection with one application. I bought some of this and was considering applying it every six months. Your thoughts? – How often would YOU apply it?

  2. Any thoughts on how to protect the rims if they come into contact w/ gravel roads on a daily basis? Just bought a new Lancer and would like some tips on how to deal w/ dust and rock.
    – Thanks

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