So, as all the reviews said, these wheels dirty quick. I finally own a decent set of wheels, so I figured I treat them as such. Some quick homework yields that the products from GTechniq seem to be some of the best out there. There is an authorized detailer near me that can do the wheel faces for $150 per set; and the full wheel for $400.
I buy their products and do it myself for about $50-$75
I go with something less expensive.
I’d say my detailing ability is at a 5/10. Since these wheels only see the road on RallyCross events and the winter, they are not out on the road year round.