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An aluminum rim that’s oxidized is usually caused from salt getting under the clear coat and pitting the aluminum. Use sandpaper and a clear coat of paint to protect aluminum car rims with help from car restoration specialists in this free video on car maintenance. Expert: Gary Malec & John Grassi Bio: Gary Malec and John Grassi rebuild cars and boats, do household handyman work, and build computers. Filmmaker: gary malec

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10 Responses to “Car Maintenance : Cleaning Oxidized Aluminum Rims”

  1. Gamble2185 says:

    200 grid? does that scratch? should you resand? should your polish? helP!

  2. CyrusDawes says:

    You’d have to re-apply the clear coat to if you use most any tire or wheel cleaner.

    5 Stars the other guy on eHow with a Grand Cherokee in his garage basically talked about removing corrosion. The wheel was pristine therefore making his video useless.

  3. utubeb14 says:

    start with 200 the go up 400 ..600…. still its smooth with no scratches

  4. mikebakeson123 says:

    where can i buy the clear coat for the rims?

  5. jhaynes247 says:

    Wow. I’m using 2000 grit

  6. geamnegru says:

    sell the stand up kawasaki???

  7. machak09 says:

    hey i have some rims that were sitting outside for over a year. looks like theres worms all over is this corrosion? how do i fix it?

  8. yukonrott says:

    @geamnegru the only reason i watched this was to see the jet ski i saw it on the pic for the vid i got the same jet ski.. im lookin to sell mine haha

  9. geamnegru says:

    @yukonrott how much and where from?650cc?hp 70?

  10. josh666675 says:

    this is fucking dumb you dumbass you didnt get it all off retard

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