Aggressive cleaners are usually used when cleaning rims. The counterpart to this are the reactive rim cleaners with an effect indicator (violet color). However, the following is often overlooked: sealed rims take much longer to collect dirt and can often only be cleaned with normal shampoo - without any aggressive chemicals.
Often a high-pressure cleaner and a quick wipe with a sponge are enough and sealed rims are "like new" again. No broken-in brake dust, no annoying tar stains that have to be removed in a long, laborious process.
If you've invested so much time in caring for the paintwork, then don't leave the rims to their fate. Treat yourself to a wheel sealer treatment. The special nano-based formula is simply sprayed on (even on the slightly damp surface) and wiped off after a few minutes with a microfiber cloth. Voila. Under normal conditions, Wheel Sealer will keep your rims protected for 2-4 months.
Of course, the rims will get dirty even after being treated with Wheel Sealer. However, the dirt can be removed without great effort and no longer eats its way into the rim. Wheel cleaning is child's play and no longer a real test.
Please note that Wheel Sealer can also simply be sprayed on without wiping. However, this is not recommended as streaks and water gutters cannot be ruled out if they come into contact with water. These are then in the coatings and can only be removed with increased effort.