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If they are standard Rover alloys (original spec) you will be fine.
Thanks, didn't fancy the experiment if it went wrong!

Yes they are standard vvc alloys on a coupe. Had a go washing and polishing it yesterday after reading AndBurGs guide, its a lot better than it was (ie covered in dust), but there's plenty of room for improvement. Like I didn't do the wheels as they don't look to bad...will try it out today.

Is it ok to spray whilst the wheels are on the car? I don't want to stuff up the brake pads or disks...

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Yeah, it's fine to spray on while the wheels are on the car, but you will find it easier to clean if you take them off. Don't worry about a little overspray, just rinse it off.

You might want to follow it up with a sealant to keep them really shiny. Something like Poorboys Wheel Sealant is excellent.

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Yeah, it's fine to spray on while the wheels are on the car, but you will find it easier to clean if you take them off. Don't worry about a little overspray, just rinse it off.

You might want to follow it up with a sealant to keep them really shiny. Something like Poorboys Wheel Sealant is excellent.

Rich.
Ok, I'm off outside to give it bash :)

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