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I have an old plastic wheel cover for 18's I used to use to cover my wheels from tire dressing overspray. Are there any for 20's?

Also - I only clean my chrome wheels with soap and water but are there any spray on products safe for chrome?

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use a piece of 1/4 inch plywood cut a 20" circle and screw a handle on and there you go.
I have made these for all my rims since high school.
 

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With an applicator it's difficult to get in the deep sidewall grooves and if you appply too much is flings all over when driving. I only use No Touch Tire Care (original) spray as it's not shiny or thick, doesnt float onto the paint when applying, spray it on wet tires and lasts a while.
 

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i made mine out of plywood and made 2 holes for fingers. however its 23" diameter. 20" wheel only means it accepts a tire with a 20" hole for the rim. the rim itself lip to lip is much bigger.
 

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I use a old drum head. Works great!
 

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i just spray the tires down and then hit the wheels with a glass cleaner and clean them

after the tires are sprayed. That is the way I have always done it. You usually have to

clean/wipe down the wheels anyway and the glass cleaner eats the tire dressing so

there is no residue.
 
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