Good Lord! This is good stuff ... Dodo Juice Mellow Yellow, that is ... not the Leffe I'm drinking, although that is pretty fine too
I was sent a sample shot of Dodo Juice Mellow Yellow by GIZTO29 (thanks, pal) in concentrate form, so I made it up to normal concentrate with distilled water (up to 250ml) and in a bottle with a sprayer equivalent in performance to the sprayer that Dodo Juice supply.
I needed about 5-6 sprays per wheel, which one wheel showed me 6 was too much as the product simply collected at the bottom of the wheel and ran off. Do one wheel at a time, leave to dwell for a few seconds and then use a microfibre cloth to lightly agitate and clean off the dirt. OMG! This is very effective! Rinse down with PLENTY of water.
If you have any compromised areas of lacquer or paint on the wheel, this cleaner will be in there quicker than a greased weasel. This is so with all aggressive wheel cleaners and I think that is the crux of this product - it is a very good cleaner and will bring up dirty wheels to a good standard in no time.
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That shows you the power of this wheel cleaner - it is very much in the same bracket as strong acidic wheel cleaners, but more cleverly crafted and formulated to specifically target brake deposits, leaving uncompromised lacquer intact. Diluted further, the concentrate is suitable for regular use and being acidic it is probably akin to a strong citrus cleaner in a more diluted form.
The feel was VERY clean indeed. There is some lubricant/shampoo-like element in the mix, which is very welcome and leaves a very slick feel to the wheels. It is a very good formulation from the guys at Dodo Juice - well done, lads.
Here's a shot of one of the wheels showing the kind of look that results from a few spritzes of this products, a wipe and a rinse down:
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Clean and bright ... and ready for a spritz of Dodo Juice Red Mist to seal in