Just to reiterate what was said above, if they are factory wheels in factory condition they are clearcoated, so do not use an aluminum polish that can degrade the clearcoat.
If you have built-up brake dust, try an all wheel and tire cleaner such as Eagle One A2Z, but I'd use it only when necessary. Regular washing with a wash mitt or a gentle wheel brush should be all you need, except in extreme cases. If they need "scouring," you're likely better off with a wheel cleaner, but just be sure to rinse thoroughly and repeat.
If you need to polish them, try a good carnauba cleaner wax or a plastic polish and a PowerBall Mini if you want to save some work.
Use a spray wax like FX Spray Wax on them after every wash to keep them bright.
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