This is like my exact list too haha.Carpro reset shampoo. Best shampoo I’ve tried.
C2v3 an oldie but goody.
IronX. I’ve tried just every other type of iron remover and nothing comes close to this this stuff.
CarPro Eraser. BEST window cleaner by a country mile.
Kirkland Microfiber cloths. Proper proper good value for money. Can’t be beaten imo.
Oh and gtechniq G1. Easy to apply and lasts yonks.
All sorts on the market from acidic based to non acidic based. I guess it depends on how grubby and contaminated the wheels are really. If theres only light dirt to shift then your regular bodywork shampoo will be enough to shift it with a good scrub. However for more contaminated areas you could try a TFR or an APC along with fallout removers to really eat in to the contamination and remove it. Whatever floats your boat really.
If you want something not too harsh for quick maintenance washes I use Meguiars wheel brightener. It ever so slightly acidic but it’s fine if you get it on and off quick.
Britegel from autobrite direct is brilliant, being a gel it clings on well to allow you to clean through with the brush.
I wasn’t really taking about dirty wheels as such, I was talking more about baked on brake dust