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hey guys im detailing this guys ford explorer on the side i love detailing cars trucks and boats on the side but im sorta new at it and his rims have alot of brake dust on them and oxidization and some small tiny specs of rust spots like salt and pepper dots the brake dust should come off easy but what would you do to make these rims as shiny and new looking as possible. btw they are chrome rims

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I'm exhausted from reading that. Punctuation is your friend, and is not to be feared!
However, to your issue; I think that once those rims have rust spots, it's too late to save them because the oxidation has already gone through the chrome plating. I would never have chrome wheels on my boat trailer unless I was washing them off with fresh water each time I dropped into the lake (or ocean, seeing that you're in Maine). I think the easiest thing to keep chrome looking shiny and new is frequent washing with carsoap and a soft sponge. The ounce of prevention, you know?
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Don't try and make a Ford look good...Just wasting your time !! LOL J/K
 
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