Green Magnum can be used effectively to clean the dirtiest engine compartments, wheels, door jambs, wheel wells, fiberglass boat bodies, and horribly dirty white vinyl convertible roofs. Many of our detail shop owners actually use our Green Magnum Degreaser to clean concrete floors because of its power to break-down grease and grime. Should not be used for polished aluminum wheels.
Available in a Pint, 1 Gallon, 5 Gallon, and 55 Gallon.
Green stuff magnum
Does a really good job of cutting thru baked on brake dust, makes the wheels look brand newReviewed by: Curtis F from Allentown, PA . on 5/1/2016
Product works greatReviewed by: Reinhart from Milford, In. on 1/10/2016
Owner- Mason Dixon Auto Detailing
I tried a small bottle to see how it worked out for me. I used it on a greasy engine compartment and then added it to my list of items to order. It is a fantastic product.Reviewed by: Tom Hess from Parkton, MD. on 12/1/2015
Owner / Operator
Works great on tires and wheels, don't let it dry on, stay in shade. Overall great degreaser and will be buying more than a gallon next time!Reviewed by: Ryan Kaza from Ebensburg, Pa.. on 8/24/2015
This product is wonderful! My wheels was filled with brake dust for a couple of years it was so easy to come off i used a nylon brush. Its woman friendly just make sure your car is cool. I even put it on my grill and it removed all the highway crude and left me with a shiny grill. I love it!!Reviewed by: Latichia Harrison from Dayton Ohio. on 7/25/2015
This product has worked VERY good for me. Generally it can be applied then wait a few minutes and rinsed away with high pressure water. If wiping is needed it will not be much. I would recommend this product!Reviewed by: GARY BROWN from Nashville, TN. on 2/11/2014
Always a staple for cleaning wheels and underside of my carsReviewed by: Bill Sandusky from Md. on 11/26/2013
Excellent wheel cleaner
Much to my dismay I've tried many different chemicals to clean my 1997 Ford Taurus SHO rims. The Green Stuff Magnum Wheel Cleaner and Degreaser did the job in one application. GSM is a bit caustic, so if you have sensitive skin, I recommend wearing gloves.Reviewed by: Jim Green from Fort Wayne, IN. on 9/6/2013