K2 Car Care: Episode #3 – HOW TO SHINE YOUR WHEELS

K2 Car Care: Episode #3 – HOW TO SHINE YOUR WHEELS


Even the most amazing car looks bad with dirty wheel rims and grey tiers. Let’s see if we can do something about it. Hi,
I deal with renovation of classic Mustangs on a daily basis. In my job, a car’s perfect look is very important. Join us and watch K2 Car Care series, in which I will show you how to take care of your car using K2 Products. Cleaning wheel rims requires appropriate products, such as K2 Roton. Choosing the right product is very important. Mud can be removed with water, but heavy dirt requires advanced solutions. The brake dust or tar will glow red, so the wheel was pretty affected. Giving a spectacular effect called – bleeding. When cleaning, it’s worth using a brush. The brush will allow you to get to hard-to-reach places, where there is usually a lot of dirt. To finish, we wash the wheel rims thoroughly with water and it’s done. If you’re dealing with huge amounts of dirt, repeat the whole process until you reach the desired effect. Now I’m going to take care of the tyres – tire dressing K2 Sigma is a product that will restore elasticity and colour to the rubber. After cleaning the wheel rims, wait until the tiers are dry. To show you the effect, I’ll apply some tire dressing on half the wheel. To spread the product you may use a sponge or microfiber. Because the tire dressing is greasy, remember to apply it only on the side of the tire – never on the tread. You can use K2 Sigma on the car’s outer plastics, restoring their colour and giving them a gloss. As you could see, preserving wheel rims and tires are quick and easy, to make the effect durable use a protective wax, such as K2 Proton and put it on the rims. Don’t miss the next episode. If you enjoyed what you’ve seen today, give me a like and subscribe to the K2 channel. If you’ve got any questions, leave them in the comments. I’ll be happy to answer them. See you soon! Bye!

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