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michelin brake dust repeller works!!!

i was a bit skeptical that something you spray on your rims would keep them cleaner. Well i put it on anyway, all you do is spray, wait 15 secs, and wipe off. normally after cleaning my rims, they would be covered in dust a day later. Well its been 3 days and one storm later, they still look shiny! There is a lil dirt up close, but thats prolly dirt from the rain. before it rained, they looked like new with barely any dust. Very good product.
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cool...been waiting for somthing like that....as long as it works
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Good info. I'll be checkin' it out, yo.
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do you go around all day, thinking of stuff to post on here? "dang, i wonder if that works, let me try it, and post my results on 7thgen"

simple google search would save you time.
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ya not only does it work, but it makes it so easy to clean any little dust that sticks. its so smooth you can throw a towel at it and the dirt falls off lol

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do you go around all day, thinking of stuff to post on here? "dang, i wonder if that works, let me try it, and post my results on 7thgen"

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no actually i bought it a while back cause i needed something to get upto $20 so i get my free autozone giftcard. then i thought i'd post my results here since its a car forum.

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I trust Gearbox a lot more then a random website found on Google. And I didn't even know Michelin made brake dust repellent.
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