So after looking at my wheels and trying all this "spray on and wash off" stuff i decided it is all bogus for getting hard brake dust off, so i decided to make a HOW TO on cleaning these Basket weave wheels. Before: After: Items Needed: Wheel and Tire Cleaner, Three Terry Towels, 10 or so Q-Tips, 1.5Hours of time, Tooth Brush, and last but not least 1 Gallon of water Step oneisconnect "-" Battery Cable(Only Kidding) Step Two: Lift Vehicle Properly & remove wheel Step Three: Take Wheel and Tire cleaner & spray the BACK side of wheel very liberally. Take a Terry towel and clean the Rim Lip and work your way down. By the mounting hub(Use Q-tips by wheels weight) it will usually get very dirty so that's where the toothbrush comes in. Step Four: Find a clean side of TT and wipe all around the inside. Step Five: Flip Tire over grab a new TT and get ready for the time consuming part.:woo-hoo: Spray the Wheel and tire cleaner liberally on this side now. Starting with the triangles nearest to the rim lip start with one and work your way around. moving to the next set in of triangles. finishing with the little triangles. The little triangles are the best part, only kidding, the Q-tips work best here and some of the tire cleaner tends to pool up in the bottom of them making it easy to clean with a Q-tip Step Six: Flip the wheel back over, this is the best way of doing it as if you clean the dirtiest part, the back, first then some dirt will flow through to the other side then you flip it and it is less dirty....Just trust me this is the best way, Haha. Grab your third Terry Towel and spray the cleaner on the Towel once or twice. clean the inside the go to the outside. and you are done. Wait...Step Seven: Dont forget to wipe down your Strut, clipers, rotor sheild, and wheel well.