Works as Advertised
October 9, 2014
I am running semi matte black wheels on my Audi A4. The surface rusting of my rotors during washes was excessive, especially on the rears. Even with the immediate use of a Metro Master Blaster blower to dry the rotors, it just wasn't enough to prevent the flash rusting from occurring. The minute I would drive and stop my freshly washed car, the thin dried layer of rust on my rotors would end up as a fine layer of reddish rust powder on my just cleaned black rims! I have found the Hyde Serum Ruststopper to work as advertised though I have found you have to apply it multiple times throughout the wash process in order to achieve success with it. Once after you've rinsed your wheel cleaner and a second time when you've completed rinsing the remainder of your vehicle. I recommend blow drying your wheels and rotors immediately after your final rinse of the vehicle. I have found Hyde Serum to be completely safe on my semi matte black rims when used as directed. Even applying two applications per wash, I have found the Hyde Serum Ruststopper to be fairly economical. I highly recommend Hyde Serum Ruststopper to anyone with this problem.