Before you put any water to the vehicle to start rinsing panels, start the car washing process by cleaning the wheels and tires first. We recommend cleaning the wheels and tires first because they are usually the dirtiest part of the car, and also so that you do not have standing hard water on the body panels if you were to wash them last, which could create water spots. Make sure the wheels and tires are cool to the touch - if you were just out driving the vehicle around, consider cleaning the interior first while the wheels, tires, and brakes cool down. Only clean one wheel and tire at a time. Do not attempt to clean multiple wheels at once, since the cleaner could sit on the wheel face too long and possibly cause staining or damage.
Move the car into the shade if possible. Rinse the wheel with the hose, then generously spray Wheel & Tire Cleaner onto the tire, wheel face, and inner barrel of the wheel. If the fender liners are plastic, spray the Wheel & Tire Cleaner onto them and scrub them with the Rubberized Tire Brush - if they are carpeted fender liners, rinse them with the hose and scrub them with the Tire Brush without any chemical.
Use the Small Angled Wheel Brush to clean the inner barrel of the wheel, then the Rubberized Wheel Brush to clean the spokes and outer rim, and then use the Rubberized Tire Brush to scrub any previous tire dressings and brown discoloration from the sidewall of the tire. Then very thoroughly rinse all dirt and chemicals from the fender well, tire, and wheel, starting from the top of the fender well and then working downward. Clean and rinse out all three brushes, then repeat this process for the remaining 3 wheels and tires. Adam walks you through the process in this video here: How To Clean Stock & OEM Wheels Easily And Effectively