When applied to a dry wheel, the Wheel Seal bonds with the surface over a short cure time, creating a protective barrier that traps contaminants. When you’d like to remove the contaminants, simply wash your wheels with Dr. Beasley’s Premium Body Wash and they will rinse off along with the Wheel Seal. After washing, re-apply the Wheel Seal to regain protection.
A high-tech synthetic coating for your wheels, Wheel Seal provides a shield that prevents brake dust and other tough contaminants from embedding. Designed for high heat resistance, it’ll hold up at the highest of temperatures.
Eliminate Brake Dust With A Rinse
Brake dust looks disgusting, and it can also be a gigantic pain to remove from your wheels. It embeds itself inside the surface, requiring you to use caustic chemicals, a tough brush, and a lot of elbow grease just to get it off. To stop embedding, Wheel Seal’s protective coating captures brake dust, preventing it from touching your wheels’ surface. From there, all you have to do is wash your wheels as you do the rest of your car and the brake dust will rinse right off with the Wheel Seal. Just re-apply and you’re protected again!
Shield Against Etching, Pitting, and Rusting
Brake dust and other contaminants do more to your wheels than just look gross. They etch, they pit, they erode, they even lead to rust, leaving you with a wheel that’s damaged beyond all repair. But with Wheel Seal applied, contaminants won’t get the chance. Its protective coating traps them before they can get in contact with the surface, saving your wheels from irreversible damage.
Resistant To High Temperatures
If you’ve ever tried working on your wheels right after driving, you know how hot wheels can get. And if your wheels are that hot after driving, imagine how hot they get while you’re driving! This heat will melt any wax-based sealant you have over your wheels, rendering any protection you had inert. That’s why Wheel Seal was made with an advanced synthetic formula that can withstand the high temperatures wheels reach on the open road. No matter how many times you pump the brakes, your wheels will stay protected.