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Every car enthusiast knows that it’s all about the details, and as a result, when you wash and wax your vehicle, you don’t just make sure that the paint job is gleaming—you make sure that every aspect of your vehicle shines. From your windows to your door handles and your taillights to your wheels, every feature must be buffed, waxed and coated before you’re satisfied. That is why it is so important to have the right tools for the job on hand.

The Right Brush Gives a Mean Clean

A typical buffer or polisher pad is perfect for making all those flat surfaces shine, but what about when you need to get into the nooks and crannies? Your wheel well is full of a lot of those, and without the right car wash brushes, your spokes and hub caps will collect a lot of unwelcome debris. A contoured tire brush is designed to fit tires and to help you clean faster without expending a ton of effort. Bonus points for the fact that you can also use the brush on your shower walls!

A Kit Can Restore Your Wheels to Like New

Being close to the ground and all, your wheels take a good beating on a daily basis. In addition to getting worn with every ride, they collect brake dust, dirt and red clay, and are more susceptible to oxidation, salt corrosion and water and soap stains than any other part of your vehicle. Give your wheels some love as a thank you for always carrying the heaviest load and invest in wheel restoration kit. Wheel restoration kits include everything you need to buff out stains and to polish chrome or uncoated aluminum to achieve a mirror-like finish.

Every Last Detail Matters

It’s not enough to have wheels that look shiny and new—the rest of your vehicle needs to compliment the effort you put forth into bringing your rig back to like-new condition (at least in looks!). Wheel woolies brushes are designed to get down to the nitty gritty and allow you to wash all those forgotten crevices, such as between the door jambs and the back of your wheel spokes.