My wheel cleaning product use has looked like this:
Adam's is the logical choice to go back to as Colortec has become increasingly hard to get and is likely being discontinued in the US. It still has decent lubrication and doesn't stink up your whole house. I would put this in the "moderate to heavy" wheel cleaner category. Although, I'd call this safe for most any type of wheel. I don't find it necessary to use this on my Carbon Ceramics all the time, but I really like it on any regular steel brake equipped car.
Here is how I use it:
You may want to get yourself a zip-lock bag to store this. It does have a pretty strong smell. It doesn't bother me, but I know it effects some.
***Note: International shipping is not available for chemicals yet.***
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