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Old 04-17-2010, 01:45 PM   #1
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Where to buy P21S wheel cleaner?

Where can i buy P21S non acidic wheel cleaner in Vancouver? I don't want to drive all the way out to Autowerkes for one thing =\
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I don't know anyone in Vancouver who stocks it except for Ken. :S

Just buy some other stuff while you're there, like the massive Raceglaze drying towels.
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pickup wheel sealant while you're there, so you dont have to spend extra effort cleaning them .

you can buy the long lasting low sling tire shine as well.

so theres 3 items.



ps, those drying towels are great but I wouldnt use them on your wheels. just grab some microfibers for that. 20 light cheap microfibers for $12 at costco right now.
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Canadian Tire now carries Autoglym products. Pick up the Autoglm Custom Wheel Cleaner..

Harley Davidson stores also carry S100 = P21S products and they have a wheel cleaner.
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I don't want to drive all the way out to Autowerkes for one thing =\
Hah! That's what I said last time. I went there and walked out with 5 products!
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I wouldn't drive out here for one thing either. Just order 3 or 4 things online then the shiping will be worthwhile. There. Problem solved. Every Saturday, I get at least one guy out from Richmond and or Vancouver. You guys should chat and see who's coming out and do a bulk order.
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I wouldn't drive out here for one thing either. Just order 3 or 4 things online then the shiping will be worthwhile. There. Problem solved. Every Saturday, I get at least one guy out from Richmond and or Vancouver. You guys should chat and see who's coming out and do a bulk order.
Now that is a very good idea! I was one of the "Saturday" guys...
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just go to ken. i went out there today, looking for some suggestions about some paint issues, and walked away 180$ lighter and with a box full of stuff
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just go to ken. i went out there today, looking for some suggestions about some paint issues, and walked away 180$ lighter and with a box full of stuff
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True story, everytime I go there thinking of picking up one thing, I always leave with a few
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Now that is a very good idea! I was one of the "Saturday" guys...
That IS a good idea. I went last saturday after posting this thread. Bought Autogylm wheel cleaner instead. And it actually works very well!

Bought a washmitt too. mmmmm soft.......
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Get the Autoglym Custom Wheel Cleaner!

Non-acidic as well and by far the best rim cleaner I've used, suds up like crazy and brightens like nothing else. Get the 5L, follow Ken's instructions: dilute with water 1:1 ratio.

You get 10L of this stuff!!! That's about $5/L factoring in taxes+shipping. A regular bottle you buy elsewhere is around +$15 for 500ml. You're paying $2.5 for 500ml!

http://www.autowerkesexclusive.com/p...ner/index.html
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I must say Autoglym Custom Wheel Cleaner is a really good product. This is from personal experience. Also, I don't think anyone else sells 5L size besides Ken.
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great idea with the 5L.
i bought a 500ml and its half out already lol
used it twice.
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^ wow, you must be trigger happy... the sprayer I diluted it into has measurements on the side and is semi-transparent, I use less than 2 oz (60ml) each time. Includes cleaning the barrels too.
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