Model: (Click to see more) 99999: Misc.
Status: How To Guide
Date: 22-Mar-2010
Comments: 19
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Hello Folks, its another beautiful day here in Texas USA. So I decide whiten my old Castrol Supra wheels... the lazy children way! You wonder what is the lazy children way? Well, if you ever seen my old HOW-TO Guide you will see the LCW is also stands for the LAZY CHEAP WAY! Anyways, I'm pretty sure I'm not the first who done this, but it is still nice to this pictorial for me own record~




1 This is what you need and a jar (not pictured) The wheels are for sale for price above PM ME!! Dip in and bath under the sun (need UV to work) Fresh off the sunbath Whitey White White!!

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Comments

KEV THE REV

22-Mar-2010

Awesome, must try it

OCD

23-Mar-2010

OMG that's such a good idea!! I always considered chlorine bleach off limits, but hadn't considered the much milder H2O2. Great thinking VS!

OCD

23-Mar-2010

You know, I might just have to try this on my yellowed scorcher windows... If this works you will be my new hero!

Crash Cramer

23-Mar-2010

I don't need the wheels, not at that price , but I can't see a change in the whiteness of the Castrol wheel. Nice work and it was a nice day here. I hope I can get up to your area soon.

Toykid

23-Mar-2010

AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Cinnamon

23-Mar-2010

WHAT ? April1:st already !! )
Serious : wonder if this would work on old Bruiser bumpers ? If so : Yipee

Henk4Focus

23-Mar-2010

Nice idea Ben.

tamiyaonebay

23-Mar-2010

Such a great Tutorial layout. I love how as you scroll down there's the black screen saying AFTER 8 HOURS...such great results!

Dante77

23-Mar-2010

Brother VS, I wanted to post the same thing! My GF is a doctor of chemistry and she pointed it out to me. What solution are you using? I'm using 30% and eventually thining it with distilled water. I'm afraid of damage using a high concentration.

WW-nut

23-Mar-2010

Do you need to dilute the Hydrogen Peroxide? And do you know whether it make the wheels brittle? Cheers for sharing

Victorious Secret

23-Mar-2010

Thanks gents for the comments! Brother Brother Dante and WW-nut: I just pour stright without adding water. During the 8 hour stint I checked about every hour and find no damage to the plastic part. The wheel is about 10 years old but after the whiten it seems fine, no loss of suface details either. I will check back about a week to see there are any damages.

poulpit

23-Mar-2010

Staying a problem.... where I can find sun for 8 hours here???? : )

alexkidd

23-Mar-2010

haaaa poulpi tu me fais trop rire viva belgica !

neobrunox

23-Mar-2010

for those that have not sun for 8 hours, use UV lamp

oldsterolli

23-Mar-2010

truly awesome ! Thanks for sharing, great tutorial !

TIMECMDR

24-Mar-2010

Another corker my friend, super tut will have to try this one too

Victorious Secret

24-Mar-2010

Thank you gents for the kind comments... Hey! how come nobody wants to buy my wheel set????

SMOKE-DOG

24-Mar-2010

Nice. Wonder if it would work on nylon parts like old RC10 white parts?

Pintopower

17-Apr-2013

Holy cow! I need to try this on my old Brat wheels. I had to paint them to get them from looking brown. Time to strip and clean!


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