In the 101 class I remember Mike speaking to rim cleaners and how to only use Chrome on true Chrome wheels. Which is not the case for me. But I did use what I think is the least "harmful" cleaner on my rims and am now having issues. In the past I was using Hot Rims (blue) much like the detailing spray. I'd spray a wheel, and wipe it off immediately, wet it with water and wipe again. The other day, I decided to try to use the product the intended way. Or what I think is the intended way. I sprayed the product on my rims, let it sit for just a few minutes and sprayed it off. I noticed large amounts of clear coat coming off the rim in certain areas, as if letting the cleaner sit for a moment worked its way under the clear coat and damaged it. There was no noticeable damage to the rim clear coat prior to this. Any ideas what happened? they are aftermarket rims, and they are aluminum. I am not trying to make a stink about it, just want to see if I did something I shouldn;t have.