Seat Leon >> Steel wheels

Clean steel wheels regularly using a separate sponge.

Use an industrial cleaner to remove brake dust. Any damage to the paint on steel wheels should be repaired before the metal starts to rust.

WARNING

• Never wash tyres with a cylindrical jet. Even at large spraying distances and short cleaning times, visible and invisible damage can occur to the tyres. This may cause an accident.
• Moisture, ice and salt on the brakes may affect braking efficiency. Risk of accident. If possible, avoid sudden braking immediately after washing the vehicle. You must “dry” the brakes by applying the brakes carefully several times “Braking effect and braking distance”.

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