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Nick@Adams 06-13-2012 01:23 PM

Adam's Wheel Woolies Premium Wheel Cleaning Tools
 
An awesome tool to have in your cleaning supplies is our NEW "Wheel Woolies", but a question that gets asked is what sets ours apart from 'the other guys woolies'?

In a word "MORE"... we took an already great tool and improved them! More wool, denser fiber packing, larger and/or longer handles.
Each woolie has been tweaked to give you better performance, more cleaning options, and the same great durability backed by the Adam's 110% satisfaction guarantee!

I love these things, they have so many uses for cleaning they'll quickly become one of your favorite items.


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Adam's Wheel Woolies Premium Wheel Cleaning Tools
  • High Quality Wool Fibers Clean Safely
  • Long Flexible Handles for Tight Spaces
  • Variety of Sizes Included
  • Made in the USA!

With the variety of sizes and designs on todays wheels finding a solution that will work for your car can be difficult. High performance brakes and tight clearances around wheels, fenders, and other areas of your car can mean cleaning becomes difficult. Thanks to Adam's New Wheel Woolies Wheel Cleaning Tools you'll have more options than ever when it comes to cleaning your car!

Made from ultra high quality, densely packed, wool fibers each Adam's Wheel Woolie is safe for all delicate surfaces, yet still durable enough to clean tough areas like fender linings, brake calipers, and deep inside the hoop of your custom wheels! The long, high strength, flexible shafts are metal free and extremely durable.

Use Adam's Wheel Woolie Wheel Cleaning Tools to take on the inner hoop of your wheels to give them that like new look. Have a large performance braking system with low clearance to the wheel? No problem! The medium and small Adam's Wheel Woolies compress nicely to fit into almost any tight space for safe and effective cleaning.

You'll also love the Adam's Wheel Woolies around your cars grill, exhaust tip, or any other area where traditional cleaning isn't easy. Simply soak the thick wool tips with your preferred soap or cleaner for the job and use the variety of sizes to clean anywhere on your vehicle.

Best of all, they're MADE IN THE USA and backed with Adam's unconditional 110% Satisfaction Guarantee!


Dimensions:
Large = 1/2" x 18" shaft, 3.5" x 6" wool head.
Medium = 1/2" x 18" shaft, 2" x 5" wool head.
Small = 1/4" x 8" shaft, 1" x 3" wool head.

Some side-by-side comparison shots for a visual.

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LED Crazy 06-14-2012 12:21 AM

I am guessing these are better than the brushes?

Nick@Adams 06-14-2012 01:14 AM

Better? No... a quality boars hair brush is still the ideal tool for doing most of your wheels, these are just a way to get into the barrel of the wheel, clean around the calipers, and any other tight spaces all over the car. Great for exhaust tips, engine bays, grills, low clearance on fender liners, around the hinges in your door jams, etc.

Buffnshine 06-14-2012 02:27 AM

Can't wait to try

Coop 06-18-2012 01:29 PM

These things are awesome. Been using them a few weeks and the only thing bad I have to say is I really do not use the really small brush. I wished that you could buy the brushes individually because I love the big one. Againt these are awesome brushes.

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Kunihiro1 06-18-2012 02:56 PM

I just bought a set of these a few weeks ago. All three sizes are great, the small one especially for getting to those powder coated calipers.

Dylan, this may be a stupid question, but what's the best way to wash these?

Allen

Nick@Adams 06-18-2012 04:11 PM

I spray mine down with a little APC after every use, and stick them in a bucket of clean water to soak. Then when I'm completely done with the wash or detail, rinse them really well, quick visual inspection for debris and hang dry.

Lil' Nasty 07-31-2012 09:36 PM

Dylan, Im going to pick these up. Mainly for my dads vette. I have a question though, (he has the spider type chrome rims) and been using steel wool to make it pop more will these woollies get out the caked up break dust and etc on the inside of the the rim? Thanks

Edit: or at least the majority of the dirt, there's no clearance to clean the inside of the rim

kenkartasasmita 08-01-2012 02:24 AM

waiting for the vid. hehe

2SSJIM 08-01-2012 04:25 AM

Where can I get them at?

Lil' Nasty 08-01-2012 05:18 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by 2SSJIM (Post 5376103)
Where can I get them at?

http://www.adamspolishes.com/p-762-a...ing-tools.aspx


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