Best Aluminum Polishes: Make Your Wheels Shine and Stand Out
Find the best aluminum polish to get your wheels looking brand new
- Best ChoiceSummarySummary
Widely known as one of the original aluminum polishes on the market, this is a cream-based polish that goes on easily and requires some elbow grease to remove road rash.ProsPros
The polish can be used on other parts of your car. It is useful for cleaning foggy headlights and can be used on brass and other metals. The cream comes in various sizes, starting at 5 ounces and ending with a 1 gallon container.ConsCons
Can take a lot of time to apply when removing debris and cleaning your wheels since it is a cream polish. The price for a full gallon container is in the higher price range.
- Best ValueSummarySummary
A simple-to-use point-and-spray aluminum polish for your wheels, no matter what finish they come in.ProsPros
Comes in two sizes, a 16-ounce spray bottle or a 1-gallon jug. The spray is also safe for alloy, aluminum, anodized, chrome, painted, clear coat, or any other type of wheel finish.ConsCons
It will require more muscle to remove caked on dirt and grime. Simply spraying and washing away the solution does not get rid of everything on the first try.
- Premium PickSummarySummary
A spray-based pH-neutral and acid-free aluminum polish that leaves wheels looking spot-free and is easy to apply with the bottle.ProsPros
Appears as a bright green that turns red to let you know it is working to remove dirt, debris, and grime. Available in a 16-ounce bottle, a pack of six, or a gallon.ConsCons
Has an unpleasant smell when sprayed onto wheels, so a mask or nose plugs may be helpful. Due to the bottle design, the spray may run out sooner than anticipated, so you may want to invest in more than one bottle.