Diamondbrite Car Detailing Cleaning Professional Wheel & Tyre Kit

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Special Price £25.00 Regular Price £34.99

A professional car cleaning kit which provides the ultimate finish at a fraction of the price. The condition of wheels can have a major effect on the overall appearance of a car. Wheels are constantly subjected to a variety of aggressive contaminants including brake dust, salt and traffic film.

Your Professional Wheel & Tyre Kit includes:
  • Wheel Cleaner (500ml): Specially designed to break down brake dust and other forms of every day dirt and from Steel & Alloy Wheels.
  • Alloy Shield (250ml): Nano-technology coating bonds to the Alloy wheel surface respelling any adhesion of contaminants.
  • Tyre Dressing (500ml):Cleans and restores the original appearance of rubber for a ‘new look’ tyre.
  • Also Included: FREE Microfibre Cloth & Microfibre Wash Mitt and easy store, Velcro Black Bag / Holdall


A professional car cleaning kit which provides the ultimate finish at a fraction of the price. The condition of wheels can have a major effect on the overall appearance of a car. Wheels are constantly subjected to a variety of aggressive contaminants including brake dust, salt and traffic film.

Your Professional Wheel & Tyre Kit includes:
  • Wheel Cleaner (500ml): Specially designed to break down brake dust and other forms of every day dirt and from Steel & Alloy Wheels.
  • Alloy Shield (250ml): Nano-technology coating bonds to the Alloy wheel surface respelling any adhesion of contaminants.
  • Tyre Dressing (500ml):Cleans and restores the original appearance of rubber for a ‘new look’ tyre.
  • Also Included: FREE Microfibre Cloth & Microfibre Wash Mitt and easy store, Velcro Black Bag / Holdall
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