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TDMVP73 24,316 102,015 June 15, 2016 at 11:31 PM in Auto Parts & Supplies (11) More AutoZone Deals
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Promoted 06-24-2016 by daisybeetle at 02:06 PM View Original Post
Autozone.com has 16-Oz Black Magic Wheel Well Cleaner (120045) for $8.99 - $8.99 Rebate = Free. In-store pickup is free. Thanks TDMVP73

Note, may not be available in all areas. Valid through 6/28/2016.

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Edited June 27, 2016 at 06:36 AM by jersharocks
Hey guys,

I didn't see this posted, so I thought I'd share. Here is another Free Item that can be used to turn plastic to cash. Enjoy!For more information about this auto product, please go to: Manufacturer's Site [blackmagicshine.com]

AutoZone Store Locator [autozone.com]

NOTE: Must be received by 07/28/16. Online submission is allowed with a copy of the sales receipt. The rebate purchase price is valid "up to $8.99".
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I can honestly say I've never heard of wheel well cleaner...

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Simply open and unseal the bottle and insert the nozzle. The only problem I had with this was that the plastic tube for the nozzle was too long, so I could not screw the nozzle top onto the bottle. This is easily fixed by snipping the plastic tubing with a pair of scissors. Then you spray on the wheel, let it sit for a couple of minutes, and then use a brush or sponge to get it all clean. Anyway thanks.
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Thanks for sharing, I like having a clean car.
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Simply open and unseal the bottle and insert the nozzle. The only problem I had with this was that the plastic tube for the nozzle was too long, so I could not screw the nozzle top onto the bottle. This is easily fixed by snipping the plastic tubing with a pair of scissors. Then you spray on the wheel, let it sit for a couple of minutes, and then use a brush or sponge to get it all clean. Anyway thanks.
This isn't for tires, its for wheel wells (behind the tires).
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I can honestly say I've never heard of wheel well cleaner...
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I can honestly say I've never heard of wheel well cleaner...
You're apparently not obsessive compulsive enough [griotsgarage.com] Big Grin
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I can honestly say I've never heard of wheel well cleaner...
Probably a new product and probably why it is essentially free. Seeing if it will catch on.
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Oh I'm pretty obsessive, lol.

I get under my car do the whole underbody with T-9 Boeshield but I never thought to do the plastic wheel wells. lol
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I did notice on rebate form that I do not think it must be purchased anywhere in particular. Will look at other stores. I did find it at a small Midwest chain for $4.99

http://www.farmandfleet.com/produ...eaner.html

Looks like none are in my area at AutoZone:


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Last edited by JoeyJettt June 16, 2016 at 08:03 AM
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I can honestly say I've never heard of wheel well cleaner...
For over 20 years I would always wondered why the heck the auto parts stores all had piles of brake cleaners by the registers, thinking 'who the heck obsesses over whether their brakes are clean'? Then I got a car with nice 22" wheels and noticed the wheels would get a brown coating inside (behind the face of the wheel), and figured out that brake cleaner spray cleans that all out - at least I'm assuming that's what that stuff does, it did clean off all the junk on my wheels. I guess this stuff is to clean the rubber/plastic shields in the wheel wells. I have been using a scotch brite sponge in there then spraying tire wet spray on the black wheel well plastic and that works fine.

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I did notice on rebate form that I do not think it must be purchased anywhere in particular. Will look at other stores.

I see that also - nothing on the rebate form says purchase must be made anywhere in particular - so why wouldn't I just get this at pep boys since the rebate for the 'diamond tire wet' actually is exclusive to pep boys?
http://slickdeals.net/f/8842987-black-magic-14-5-oz-diamond-tire-wet-for-free-after-rebate-pep-boys-...
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For over 20 years I would always wondered why the heck the auto parts stores all had piles of brake cleaners by the registers, thinking 'who the heck obsesses over whether their brakes are clean'? Then I got a car with nice 22" wheels and noticed the wheels would get a brown coating inside (behind the face of the wheel), and figured out that brake cleaner spray cleans that all out - at least I'm assuming that's what that stuff does, it did clean off all the junk on my wheels. I guess this stuff is to clean the rubber/plastic shields in the wheel wells. I have been using a scotch brite sponge in there then spraying tire wet spray on the black wheel well plastic and that works fine.

Don't use the brake cleaner on painted surfaces it can be bad for it. I use the brake cleaner whenever I work on the brakes/have the wheels off just for the heck of it. If you were going to paint your brake calipers it would be needed to remove grease and oil so the paint adheres.
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Did anyone get their rebate yet for the other one for tire shine? I haven't yet.
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Did anyone get their rebate yet for the other one for tire shine? I haven't yet.
nope, but got an email from them saying it was in process
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For over 20 years I would always wondered why the heck the auto parts stores all had piles of brake cleaners by the registers, thinking 'who the heck obsesses over whether their brakes are clean'? Then I got a car with nice 22" wheels and noticed the wheels would get a brown coating inside (behind the face of the wheel), and figured out that brake cleaner spray cleans that all out - at least I'm assuming that's what that stuff does, it did clean off all the junk on my wheels. I guess this stuff is to clean the rubber/plastic shields in the wheel wells. I have been using a scotch brite sponge in there then spraying tire wet spray on the black wheel well plastic and that works fine.



I see that also - nothing on the rebate form says purchase must be made anywhere in particular - so why wouldn't I just get this at pep boys since the rebate for the 'diamond tire wet' actually is exclusive to pep boys?
http://slickdeals.net/f/8842987-black-magic-14-5-oz-diamond-tire-wet-for-free-after-rebate-pep-boys-...
I hope you were joking. My sarcasm detector is broken.

Regarding using brake cleaner to clean the wheels. Brake cleaner should not go on to painted surfaces. And the stuff is pretty toxic to humans.
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