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23oz. Black Magic Intense Tire Wet/Wheel Cleaner EXPIRED

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Walmart.com (& other retailers) has 23-Oz Black Magic Intense Tire Wet for $5.47 - $6.47 with Mail-In Rebate (up to $9.99) = Free or Better. Free store pickup where stock permits. Thanks couponmit

Walmart.com (& other retailers) has 23-Oz Black Magic Intense Wheel Cleaner for $5.47 - $5.47 with Mail-In Rebate (up to $9.99) = Free or Better. Free store pickup where stock permits.

Walmart.com (& other retailers) has 17-Oz Black Magic Intense Tire Wet Aerosol for $5.47 - $6.47 with Mail-In Rebate (up to $9.99) = Free or Better. Free store pickup where stock permits.

Note, this rebate is valid at Walmart [store locator], AutoZone [store locator], or Meijer [store locator] only. Availability may vary depending on area and may not be available in all areas.
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Black Magic Intense® Try Me FREE*To receive your rebate up to $9.99* (excluding sales tax) purchase one (1) of the following products:• Black Magic Intense Tire Wet• Black Magic Intense Tire Wet Spray• Black Magic Intense All Wheel Cleaner*Receive purchase price up to $9.99 (excluding sales tax) back by mail.


Walmart- Choose Free Store Pick Up
BMI Tire Wet [walmart.com] $6.47
BMI Wheel Cleaner [walmart.com]$5.47

BMI Tire Wet Aerosol [walmart.com] $6.47

AutoZone [autozone.com] - Black Magic 17oz Tire Foam and Shine [autozone.com] $9.99 - Free Store Pick Up
Meijer [meijer.com] - Not available online as of this posting

Valid at Walmart, AutoZone or Meijer Only. Details of Rebate Here [itwgbpromotions.com]. Click on View Details. Online rebate here [itwgbpromotions.com] . May 25th - July 31, 2017
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in my experience the ones that actually work damage many wheels finishes. best to stick with a quality wheel brush and wheel polish for aluminum etc.
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nothing beats a washmit/brush and the power of your hands
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I've never used a wheel cleaner that worked this way, all require agitation on wheels heavily covered in brake dust.
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do any of these wheel cleaners work the way they say they do? I have no problem stooping to manually wash my wheels, but these products that advertise spray on, hose off, walk away, do any actually work?
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do any of these wheel cleaners work the way they say they do? I have no problem stooping to manually wash my wheels, but these products that advertise spray on, hose off, walk away, do any actually work?
in my experience the ones that actually work damage many wheels finishes. best to stick with a quality wheel brush and wheel polish for aluminum etc.
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do any of these wheel cleaners work the way they say they do? I have no problem stooping to manually wash my wheels, but these products that advertise spray on, hose off, walk away, do any actually work?
I've never used a wheel cleaner that worked this way, all require agitation on wheels heavily covered in brake dust.
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these cheap ones don't really work like the brand named one, i would stick with spending more on them then getting this cheap quality stuff.
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It's FREE, stop complaining..... I'm in for one
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do any of these wheel cleaners work the way they say they do? I have no problem stooping to manually wash my wheels, but these products that advertise spray on, hose off, walk away, do any actually work?
nothing beats a washmit/brush and the power of your hands
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Limit one (1) rebate per person, mailing address, household and receipt/invoice during the promotion period. Only one (1) rebate request per online claim

so look like i can only get 1 item for free because it will cost more than $9.90 if i get both?
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Can you submit rebates for both Walmart and Auto Zone?
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I strongly recommend S100 total cycle cleaner. It is used to clean motorcycles, so you know for sure it is safe on your wheels. they also make a wheel cleaner, but I found the cycle cleaner works great. I have used it for years and never had an issue with it damaging the finish. I purchase it at the local Harley dealer. s100. com for more info.
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in many cases where wheel cleaners don't work, it's because of brake dust. A dedicated iron removal agent is the key to making your wheels look good. look into Iron-X or similar brake dust removal cleaner.
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in many cases where wheel cleaners don't work, it's because of brake dust. A dedicated iron removal agent is the key to making your wheels look good. look into Iron-X or similar brake dust removal cleaner.
Is it the "iron removing agent" that changes color to brown/red after you spray it on? I have a Meguires tire cleaner and wheel cleaner, and I use it once in a while. I hope it's not eating in to the rubber.
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